NAMB Names Michael J. D?Alonzo as New Association President

by 07 Dec 2010

Michael J. D?Alonzo to take leadership role of trade association as NAMB revamps and re-focuses for 2011

DECEMBER 3, 2010?The National Association of Mortgage Brokers (NAMB) has announced at the NAMB/WEST 2010 Conference in Las Vegas that Michael J. D?Alonzo, CMC of Creative Mortgage Group in Maple Glen, Pa., NAMB 2010-2011 President-Elect, will assume the role of association President from 2010-2011 President William Howe, CMC, CRMS of Howe Mortgage Corporation in Scottsdale, Ariz. Howe notified NAMB?s Board of Directors that he has decided to step down due to ongoing health issues. ?We all wish Mr. Howe a fast and speedy recovery,? said D?Alonzo. ?NAMB continues to work diligently representing the interests of mortgage professionals nationwide.? D?Alonzo, a 20-plus year veteran of the mortgage industry, has dealt with both the commercial and residential side over his career. His company, Creative Mortgage Group, has been recognized with multiple awards for outstanding excellence and achievement by several top tier wholesale lenders in the country. D?Alonzo served two terms as President of the Pennsylvania Association of Mortgage Brokers (PAMB), a state affiliate of NAMB, and has held a variety of positions on the NAMB Board of Directors, most recently as President-Elect, and is an active member on a number of NAMB committees, including serving as Chairman of the association?s By-Laws Committee. ?It has been a trying period for the mortgage profession over the past few years, but I look forward to the challenges that lie ahead in serving our membership,? said D?Alonzo. ?The strength of our grassroots membership and the work of our state affiliates will strengthen the bonds with both our local lending communities and our state, local and national elected officials.?


NAMB?The Association of Mortgage Professionals is the voice of the mortgage broker industry with over 5,500 members in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. NAMB provides education, certification and government affairs representation for the mortgage broker industry.


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