Town and Country Bank announced that Clair Crider has been promoted to mortgage loan originator in Edwardsville. Previously she served as a mortgage loan assistant.
Crider graduated from Southwestern Illinois College in Belleville, earning an associate degree in Applied Science – Computer Information Systems.
Prior to joining Town and Country Bank, Clair was a part of the Post Closing Corporate Team with The Home Loan Expert in St. Louis as well as served as a project manager for Cardinal Catastrophe Services Inc. in Edwardsville.
Clair has been a resident of Edwardsville for more than 20 years.
“We are so excited to see Clair grow and excel in her new role as our latest mortgage loan originator. Her professional experience in mortgage servicing and sales will be instrumental to Town and Country Bank’s mortgage division and homebuyers alike. I know she has the expertise to build impactful relationships with customers, providing them with exceptional service when meeting their unique financial needs,” said Cass Wolfenberger, president and CEO of Town and Country Banc Mortgage Services.
“I am here to make the homebuying or refinancing experience for customers as easy and hassle-free as possible. My knowledge of loan programs and available grants will make the entire process efficient and enjoyable. Communication is key when it comes to buying or refinancing your home. As a result, I am always available to answers questions and help guide you throughout the entire loan process,” said Crider.
Outside of her career, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, hiking, going to the movies, and working out.
Town and Country Financial Corp., headquartered in Springfield, Ill., operates as the parent holding company for Town and Country Bank including the bank’s subsidiary, Town and Country Banc Mortgage Services, Inc., with locations throughout the central, west-central, and metro-east areas of Illinois. The company, under TCBMSI, operates Community Mortgage Partners as a third-party provider for residential mortgages to other financial institutions throughout the United States.