Churchill Mortgage announced it will bring on 16 new employees, adding 100 years of combined experience to its staff.

The newest mortgage loan processors, Andrea Dean, Jamie Nelson and Ryan O’Dell, will join the Brentwood, Tenn. Branch.

The company will bring on Jasper Tollet and Alexander Moss as the newest junior loan processors. These five new hires, who will bring a total of 35 years of combined experience, will individually be responsible for validating and verifying mortgage application documents for underwriting prior to approval.

Joining the team as a senior underwriter, Kim Law will bring 15 years of experience as a top-producing underwriter.

Bringing 35 years of combined underwriting experience, Lisa Dantes and Stacy Kong will join the Brentwood branch as underwriters.

The company also welcomes four new home loan specialists to support efforts across Middle Tennessee: Jeff Escue, Richard Harris, Tiffany Hendrix and Anna Russiano. These four new team members will assist borrowers in choosing the best mortgage option to suit their needs.

Laura Malone was recruited as the company’s processor for its Memphis, Tenn. Branch.

Outside of Tennessee, the company continues to grow as the mortgage financing demand increases. Elisa Modesto was recruited in the Dallas office as an assistant to the area manager.

Also, LePriest Goss will become the newest home loan specialist for the company’s Houston branch, bringing on more than five years of financial services expertise.

Finally, Christy Moore will join the company in Greenwood, S.C., as the branch’s newest loan processor with more than four years of mortgage industry experience.

"Churchill Mortgage continues to rapidly grow, and these individuals play an important role in that continued growth and enable us to expand our presence in additional communities throughout the nation," said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage.

"Our ability to set new precedents within the lending industry while providing the same trusted, consultative lending services will hinge on available, strong industry talent. We’re pleased to continue recruitment efforts and look forward to their individual success," added Hardwick.