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  • Make 2019 the year to start your digital mortgage journey

    first_img continue reading » The pace at which technology is changing is constant and rapid. Today’s borrowers want an intuitive, easy-to- use option for applying for a mortgage loan digitally. Borrowers are used to doing almost everything on their mobile devices, including shopping, buying, and paying for goods and services, and they expect the same convenience for their banking and lending needs.For some credit unions, taking the first step toward offering mortgages digitally can be the hardest. Let’s explore how to get started with your digital mortgage journey. We have developed six steps that should help.Step One: Map Your Borrowers’ JourneyThink about what steps borrowers will complete as they go through the application process and about any roadblocks they may encounter. A few items that should be considered include: ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

  • Gwen Hamilton

    first_imgGwen Hamilton 61, of Holton passed away Friday June 15, 2017 at her home. Gwen was born Friday July 15, 1955 in Lawrenceburg the daughter of Marvin and Nancy (Pike) Smith. She married Donald Hamilton July 18, 1975 and he preceded her in death May, 22 2010. Gwen worked as an CNA for several years for the Manderley Nursing Home in Osgood.   She enjoyed sewing, being outside, going to yard sales and thrift stores, being around her dog: tubby and spending time with her family.Her survivors include son: Donald Jr. (Valerie) Hamilton of Holton; daughters: Becky (Brian) Ruark of North Vernon; brothers: Aaron Smith and Alvin Smith both of Dillsboro; Marvin Smith of Milan; Lindsey Smith of Greensburg; sisters: Vicki Bailk and Dianne Lowe both of Greensburg; Melinda Dennis of South Carolina; Reva Clark of Lexington, IN. 7 Grandchildren, 9 Great-Grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one daughter: Roshella in 1977; brother: Barney Smith.Memorial visitation will be 5-8PM Friday June 23, 2017 at Holton Community Building 7044 West Versailles St. Holton, IN 47023. Memorials may be made to the Family. Go to www.lawcarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.last_img read more

  • April Fools? Tom Brady announces ‘retirement’ in first tweet

    first_imgpic.twitter.com/OM9RHebba0— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 1, 2019🤔🤔🤔 https://t.co/H5nb8hUlI9— NFL (@NFL) April 1, 2019Welcome to @Twitter, @TomBrady 🐐 pic.twitter.com/gWGx9PJaYd— Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 1, 2019Now that’s how the 🐐 joins Twitter— Twitter (@Twitter) April 1, 2019pic.twitter.com/ipw5bauWU2— Jake German (@JakeGerman95) April 1, 2019pic.twitter.com/UYgXTEZYFl— Logan Lamorandier (@LLamorandier) April 1, 2019pic.twitter.com/7j21AicWMC— Trey (@treydayway) April 1, 2019 I’m retiring. In my spare time, I’ll be tweeting #LFG— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 1, 2019All the Brady naysayers out there shouldn’t hold their breath, though. Brady has stated multiple times that he wants to play into his mid-40s. With Brady turning 42 in August, he ideally hopes he has a couple of years left in the tank.That didn’t stop Twitter from chiming in on his first tweet. Related News Tom Brady picked the prime day to post his first tweet ever. Patriots top 2019 projected NFL win totals; Browns make big jump The Patriots quarterback used April Fools’ Day to try his hand at comedy, “announcing” he has decided to retire and tweet in his newfound spare time.last_img read more

  • Arjune, Shaw, Reis among winners in Crown Mining Golf Tourney

    first_imgVeteran golfers; Munaf Arjune, Clifford Reis and Aasrodeen Shaw starred in Wednesday’s well-attended Annual Crown Mining Supply (CMS) Golf Tournament which teed off at 09:30h at the Lusignan Golf Club (LGC) East Coast Demerara.Winners, players, and family members of the Crown Mining Supplies Company after the tournament on Wednesday at the LGCArjune is no stranger to the winners row and continues his good form by taking away the first place prize in the ‘A’ or Championship flight from the other veterans in that group.The Flights Tournament allows golfers to emerge as winners in their Flight, when they would not normally score wins in the Medal Play format. Reis, for example, who has won his Flight for the second time in two months, expressed his delight and preference for the Flights system that allowed him to excel in his group. For this CMS Tournament the first and second net places were awarded prizes in each Flight.The Championship Flight saw keen contest between Munaf, Nazeem “Papo” Haniff and Avinash Persaud, the reigning Guyana Open champion. But the scores declared in the end saw Arjune 73/8 in first place followed by Haniff 74/7 in second and Persaud 75/3 in third.In the ‘B’ or 10 – 18 handicap Flight, Club Treasurer Shaw carted off the trophy with an emphatic win over the competitors.Winners of the ‘B’ Flight were: Shaw 67/16 and Bridgelall Harry 69/18 in second place. Since the competition in this Flight was so keen, honourable mention is given to Lekhnarine Shivraj 70/17; Roy Cummings 71/13; Ayube Subhan 72/17; Lakeram Ramsundar 73/13 and Patrick Prashad 74/10.In the ‘C’ or 19 – 28 handicap Flight, veteran Clifford Reis was the undisputed winner. Scores were: first place Reis 72/26 and second Guillermo Escarraga, winner of last Saturday’s Hospitality Tournament. Mark Lashley placed third with 80/24.The fascinating brand new Parsun Outboard Engine was not won, but Roy Cummings defied CMS Executive Max Persaud’s dare and won the Longest Drive competition with an approximately 288 feet drive. Nearest to The Pin (some 3 feet), was won by Bholawram Deo. The Best Gross (78) was won by Persaud.CMS Managing Director Patanjalee ‘Pur’ Persaud participated, but with the mental demands for ensuring the day’s Tournament was a great one, he could not deliver his normal good performance, (as may well have also been the case with Max Persaud.) However, ‘Pur’ expressed extreme gratitude for the golfers being present in such good numbers to support their sponsorship, and looked forward to CMS continuing to contribute to the development of the sport and the club.last_img read more