County Bank has announced the addition of Donald I. Dickerson as an assistant vice president and mortgage loan officer. Donald (Don) started his 31 year banking career with Sussex Trust. A mortgage loan officer for over 22 years, his professional experience includes originating mortgages for WSFS Bank and M & T Bank. Born in Dover, Don is a graduate of Wesley College with a B.S. degree in Business Administration. His professional membership affiliations include: Delaware Mortgage Bankers Association, New Castle County Board of Realtors, Kent County Board of Realtors and he looks forward to joining Sussex County Association of Realtors.
“We are pleased to have Don join our mortgage origination team. He brings a wealth of experience,” said Joseph L. Shockley, president and CLO of County Bank. “He has a superior track record of individualized attention to his clients and a considerable affinity for developing referrals.”
Don’s years of experience in the mortgage industry include exceptional knowledge and consultative skills in the areas of: FHA, VA, USDA, DSHA, CRA, Conventional, Jumbo, 1st Time Home Buyer, Construction, Lot, Refinance and Renovation financing. He is available at the client’s convenience in person, in office, by email, or by cell phone at 302-379-2096. Don Dickerson, NMLS # 732598, can be reached at County Bank’s corporate headquarters located in Rehoboth Beach at (302) 226 – 9800 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org .
County Bank is a locally owned full-service bank headquartered and founded in Sussex County, Delaware. The FDIC insured bank is an Equal Housing Lender with seven conveniently located branches throughout Southern Delaware. For more information about County Bank visit their website at www.CountyBankDel.com or call their corporate headquarters in Rehoboth Beach at 226-9800.
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