We are proud to welcome Kevin to our New Fed Management team
DANVER, Mass. (PRWEB) February 13, 2018
Kevin joins New Fed Mortgage from Berkshire Bank where he was most recently their Systems Administrator for their home lending division. Kevin started off his career in Mortgage banking as a young adult and for the past 25 years he has successfully managed challenging roles that have presented complex demands with growing companies. Kevin has assisted and helped to develop growth patterns for several mortgage companies based in Massachusetts. Kevin has successfully managed and supported roles such as IT systems administrator, IT architecture and infrastructure, software development and implementation, network security, communication systems, audio video, construction planning, space planning, purchasing, relocation, training and support on many levels for the organization.
Kevin is a native of Massachusetts and he was raised just south of Boston in Randolph. He currently resides in Chelmsford with his wife and two boys. Kevin comes from a large family who are also very involved with various aspects of Mortgage Banking. Kevin truly takes pride in his work accomplishments. He is passionate about helping and supporting the best interests of both customers and his fellow employees.
President and CEO Brian D’Amico commented, “We are proud to welcome Kevin to our New Fed Management team. His technical and industry experience makes him uniquely suited in this newly created role which will give us opportunities to facilitate streamlining and further improving our ways of doing business.”
New Fed Mortgage, locally based in Massachusetts has specialized in residential mortgage lending since 2001. Licensed in seven states, New Fed offers a multitude of mortgage programs including Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA and MassHousing along with access to a wide array of specialty portfolio programs.
To contact Kevin O’Meara he can be reached at komeara(at)newfed(dot)com or by visiting at the NewFed Mortgage website http://www.newfed.com