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Churchill Mortgage promotes three to leadership positions

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Churchill Mortgage, a mortgage lender, announced the promotions of Pamela Kennedy, Nancy McMahan and Jeanna Tidwell into leadership positions with the company.

Kennedy, pictured above, will be responsible for managing Churchill’s relationships with its corporate partners, including Dave Ramsey’s ELP Realtors.

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McMahan, who was previously Churchill’s branch liaison, will now serve as marketing projects manager. In her role, she will coordinate marketing initiatives and support Churchill’s nationwide branch presence. McMahan, pictured right, will also oversee marketing projects with a focus on increasing Churchill’s visibility in new and existing markets.

Tidwell, pictured below, will lead the sales support and sales support representative teams. She will also manage Churchill’s customer request pipeline in her new role.

JeannaTidwellChurchill“The housing market continues to gain strong momentum and the outlook for the spring and summer is increasingly positive,” said Mike Hardwick, founder and president of Churchill Mortgage. “The expertise of these three individuals will be instrumental to the success of our efforts to increase operations across the country and meet the anticipated homebuyer demand.”

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