COLDWATER, MI (WTVB) - The Board of Directors of Century Bank and Trust are pleased to announce the recent promotion of Kathy Tomson to the title of Mortgage Loan Officer.
“This advancement recognizes Kathy’s expanding mortgage lending experience and skill set,” stated Eric Beckhusen, Chairman and CEO of Century Bank and Trust. “Her focused customer service style has been key to our lending team’s growth and success in assisting homeowners with all their banking needs.”
Tomson has over 12 years in the banking industry and joined Century Bank and Trust in 2001 to manage the Quincy office after managing Sauk River Athletic Club. Ten years later, her responsibilities changed as she began working in the mortgage and retail lending area of the bank in Coldwater in May of 2011.
“Kathy has done an outstanding job since becoming a mortgage lender and her combined people and lending skills have really helped her become a stellar mortgage lender for our team,
Dave Wright, Vice President of Century Bank and Trust commented. “We are very proud of Kathy and are very happy to see her promoted to Mortgage Loan Officer.”
Tomson attended Kellogg Community College and is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Leadership Training Program. Within the community, she volunteers her time at a variety of different events, is the treasurer at her church and is a past Quincy Rotarian.
Century Bank and Trust was founded in 1890, as an independent community bank. Over 120 years later, Century continues to provide a comprehensive range of corporate, trust, and retail products and services. With offices spread over Branch, St. Joseph, and Hillsdale counties, Century Bank and Trust makes its business decisions locally for the continued success of its customers. Specializing in building relationships with its customers and communities, Century focuses on long-term, multiple account relationships and customized products that fit customer needs. Within the community, Century Bank and Trust, is proud to support over 250 local charities, events, and organizations. To learn more about Century Bank and Trust, visit CenturyBankandTrust.com