STRONGSVILLE, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Union Home Mortgage (UHM) announced today the promotions of Bryan Wright to Vice President of National Sales, Cyndi Garza to Vice President of National Business Development and Steve Runnels to Vice President of Retail Sales, East Division. In these new roles, all will contribute to the continued and rapid growth of the organization.
“Bryan, Cyndi and Steve are strong leaders and Partners at Union Home Mortgage, and we are extremely fortunate to have them on our team,” said Bill Cosgrove, President and CEO. “Through the elevation to these new roles, there is increased opportunity for all to recruit and support talent on a broader level, furthering the growth of the company.”
Wright began his career with Union Home Mortgage in 2012 and has worked in the mortgage banking industry for over 30 years. In his new role, he will amplify the growth of the company’s retail division internally and externally.
“Having been a part of the UHM team for a decade, I have experienced the growth of the company first-hand,” said Wright. “I am excited to watch the company grow even more nationally as we continue to expand our retail division.”
Garza has more than 10 years of history with Union Home Mortgage, beginning her career at the company in 2011 with the establishment of its first branch in Michigan. In her new role, she will represent the organization in outreach efforts to develop and identify new opportunities, work with regional teams to attract and retain partners and further the integration of social media into branches across the company.
“This is a new role for the company, and I am thrilled to take the lead,” said Garza. “I am excited to continue to support Partners and the growth of the business.”
Runnels has been working in the mortgage industry for over 30 years and has a passion for establishing productive teams and customer fulfillment. He has been a UHM Partner for over seven years. In his new role, he will magnify the growth of the company’s East Division.
“I look forward to the opportunity to continue to build UHM in the East Division,” said Runnels. “The future is bright, and I’m thankful to work for such a wonderful company.”