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Keith Frachiseur joins Envoy Mortgage as regional vice president

Will lead retail expansion in Pacific Northwest

Keith Frachiseur Envoy

Houston-based Envoy Mortgage has named Keith Frachiseur to the newly created post of regional vice president for the Pacific Northwest territory. Frachiseur has been tasked with leading the company’s retail expansion in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

“We are completely committed to this important region of the country as we continue Envoy’s national expansion,” said Envoy’s president and CEO Pat Walden. “Keith Frachiseur is a gifted leader and is highly respected throughout the Pacific Northwest as a mortgage professional. We are delighted to have an executive of his caliber on our team, opening branches and building the Envoy brand with these new customers.”

Prior to joining Envoy, Frachiseur served as president of Bellevue, Washington-based mortgage banker Axia Financial. Earlier in his career, Frachiseur as a commissioner of the Washington State Mortgage Brokerage Commission and was president of the Washington Association of Mortgage Bankers.

Frachiseur brings more than 25 years of experience to this new role at Envoy and is experienced in branch growth. As president of Bellevue-based Evergreen Home Loans, he grew the company from three branches to 22 branches in four years.

“Envoy is perfectly positioned for today’s demanding purchase market environment,” Frachiseur said. “I was immediately impressed with the leadership, culture, financial stability and the support staff’s commitment to service excellence. I am very excited to be part of Envoy’s winning team.”

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