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Past MBA Chairman David Kittle joins Interthinx

Takes position as senior vice president of industry strategy


Thirty five-year mortgage banking veteran, and 2009 chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association, David Kittle is joining Interthinx as the senior vice president of industry strategy.

"David Kittle is a great fit for the Interthinx culture and adds a deep resource that will benefit our customers as they adjust to a period of industry recalibration and emerging opportunity," said Jeff Moyer, president of Interthinx, the property valuation and verification service provider. "David has proven himself a consummate professional and an exemplary leader in the mortgage industry for more than three decades."

Kittle will oversee the industry relations team. He also will work in business development of corporate strategic plans and contribute to sales efforts.

He started as a loan officer in 1978 and continues to work his way up.


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