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NewDay USA, one the fastest growing mortgage lenders in the country, announced that David Loeser has been appointed vice chairman to the company’s board of advisors and will be serving as executive vice president of human resources. A strategic management and human resources expert with more than 30 years of experience working for top multinational brands, Loeser will lend his skills and expertise to direct the company’s recruiting and staffing efforts.
Most recently, Loeser was senior vice president human resources at Unisys, a global information technology provider, where he was responsible for creating and implementing several initiatives to improve the recruitment, training, evaluation and retention of more than 22,000 employees. Prior to Unisys, he served in executive roles for Hostess Brands, Continental Airlines and PepsiCo, among other international companies. He currently serves as the chairman of the University of South Carolina Advisory Board.
Today, NewDay USA issued the following statement regarding the President signing the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act into law.
The following is a statement from Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch USN (Ret.), executive chairman of NewDay USA.
Today, NewDay USA has named Gary Ort, the former president of Texas Capital Bank’s mortgage finance division, to its Board of Advisors. Ort has over 45 years of financial services experience, including executive, senior management and leadership positions in mortgage banking production, servicing and operations. NewDay’s mission is to become the number one VA lender in the country.
Ort retired from Texas Capital Bank in June 2017. During his 10 years with the company, he helped the bank grow its mortgage warehouse unit into one of the largest providers of warehouse credit in the country. Ort also oversaw the launch of the bank’s new correspondent lending unit and expanded its credit offering to include lines of credit secured by mortgage servicing rights.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan on Friday visited the headquarters of NewDay USA, a top ten VA lender, to praise the company for its commitment to hiring veterans and for helping current and former service members achieve the dream of home ownership.
At NewDay USA University, the company’s mortgage training facility, Gov. Hogan presented NewDay USA employees with a citation in honor of their dedication to serving the veteran community.
“I commend the veteran focused commitment demonstrated by NewDay USA – hiring and providing career employment opportunities for veterans, educational scholarships and supporting service projects to benefit our nation’s veteran community,” the governor said. “Your efforts deserve our respect and gratitude.”
Today, NewDay USA issued the following statement regarding the substitute amendment to S. 2155, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, offered by Senators Mike Crapo (R-ID), Joe Donnelly (D-IN), Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), Jon Tester (D-MT), and Mark Warner (D-VA). The amendment includes the language of S. 2304, the Protecting Veterans from Predatory Lending Act of 2018, introduced by Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
One of our nation’s top ten VA lenders, NewDay USA, has hired Gary “Garrison” Foster as SVP to lead NewDay USA’s Purchase home loan division, which offers active-duty service members, veterans, and their families the ability to buy a home with their VA benefits.
Foster brings nearly 20 years of experience in financial services to NewDay after helping to build and lead the purchase business at Veterans United and Bridgeview Bank. He has successfully facilitated efforts that allowed more than 250,000 veterans to obtain loans for new home purchases.
As a United States Marine Corps Veteran, Foster is a strong advocate for military families and he strengthens NewDay’s mission to help servicemembers and retirees access their VA benefits. His education and activism within the veteran community has raised awareness of VA benefits – with an emphasis on home ownership, financial literacy and protection from disreputable lenders.
Six Cadets at Georgia Military College received scholarships from VA mortgage lender, NewDay USA. Scholars are selected based on their performance and the military service of a parent. Alex and Alexia French lost their dad in combat when his unit was attacked in Afghanistan. Both received full scholarships. Macon television station, WMAZ talked with the twins, and has their story.
Staff Sergeant Alex French had always wanted his children to attend Georgia Military College. Even before the native Milledgeville, Georgia National Guardsman was married, he told his soon-to-be bride about that dream.
French was killed in action in Khost, Afghanistan, when the enemy bombed his unit. He left behind a wife and family.
During a 9/11 ceremony at GMC, twins Alex and Alexis French were assured their futures, as well as their father’s vision, when NewDay USA awarded them scholarships to the school.
Fishburne Military School Cadet John Lipp will finish his education there on a full scholarship, thanks to the NewDay USA Foundation.
John’s father, Army Sergeant Robert Lipp, passed away from ALS in 2013. The combat veteran served in Iraq in 2005—2006. ALS has been linked by some studies to military service.
Cadet Lipp was presented his award by NewDay USA CEO Robert Posner during the school’s First Formation ceremony.
Maryland Center for Veteran Education and Training is NewDay’s Latest Hotspot for Helping
CEO Robert Posner is being honored for the company’s community contributions.
NewDay workers converged with paper and pencils in hand, making precious remembrances for friends and families of fallen.
NewDay USA celebrates the United States Coast Guard’s 226 th Birthday with history lesson… and cake!
About 40 employees volunteered Saturday to help preserve the serenity of a warrior respite by cleaning out a babbling stream and weeding lawns.
Interns gathered for a friendly game Tuesday afternoon. What they didn't know was Cal Ripken would be joining them.
The mortgage lender is expanding its headquarters and expects to hire about 135 loan originators, credit analysts and office staff.
On May 19, Captain Charlie Plumb dropped his POW/MIA bracelet onto a white linen covered table, which stands on the marble floor of a busy national mortgage company….
Missing Man Table to be Dedicated for Permanent Display
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