Heartland Credit Union proudly announces the promotions of Tracie Dean, Lydie Terry, Amanda Laymon, and Steve Farmer to Senior Real Estate Loan Consultants. With their wealth of experience, these individuals have played a pivotal role in the success of the real estate lending department at HCU.
Tracie Dean, from the East Kellogg branch in Wichita, brings over 25 years of industry expertise to her role. She has been a guiding force in assisting members in achieving their dream of homeownership. Tracie's deep understanding of the buying process ensures a seamless transition for members settling into their new homes.
Steve Farmer, with nearly two decades of real estate lending experience, joined HCU in 2022 and has quickly become an integral part of the team at the 37th and Maize branch in Wichita. With his wealth of knowledge in real estate lending, he helps members reach one of life’s biggest goals.
Amanda Laymon, located at the 23rd and Severance branch in Hutchinson, joined HCU in 2012. Alongside her contributions to the real estate lending department, Amanda has also served in various capacities, including roles in member service and consumer lending. Amanda's commitment to exceptional member service and her ability to understand each member's unique situation enables her to find tailored home loan solutions that turn dreams into reality.
Lydie Terry, located at the 37th and Maize branch in Wichita, brings more than 30 years of experience in the home loan industry. A true expert in every facet of the home loan process, Lydie's caring approach helps members navigate the complexities of home buying with confidence, making the experience memorable and stress-free.
“The promotion of these exceptional members of our lending team is well deserved. Their dedication, expertise, and commitment to excellence has been key to the success of our real estate lending department,” said Michael Lorimor, VP of Real Estate Lending at HCU. “As we continue to grow, we are confident their leadership will further elevate our members and Heartland.”