Hanna Mortgage Services Appoints Thurman Vice President of Community Lending Business Journal Daily


PITTSBURGH — Howard Hanna Mortgage Services welcomes LaMarcus Thurman to its team as vice president of community lending.

This role is a newly created position that will focus on the community lending efforts of Howard Hanna Mortgage Services and its affiliated mortgage companies in a 13-state footprint. Thurman will be responsible for relationship building, outreach and education around community lending in underserved communities.

“We are delighted to welcome LaMarcus to Howard Hanna Mortgage Services,” said F. Duffy Hanna, president of Howard Hanna Financial Services. “His industry expertise will be invaluable to the future of our community lending program throughout the region and beyond.”

Thurman has over a decade of banking and mortgage experience and has held positions at Fifth Third Bank, Farmers National Bank of Emlenton, Citizens Bank and most recently as Vice Chairman assistant in the southwest region of the Northwest Bank. . He holds a BS in Business Economics and Management from Allegheny College.

“Thank you to Duffy and the Hanna family for this opportunity,” says Thurman. “I am very passionate and determined to help everyone. With the support of Howard Hanna, I look forward to seeing what the future holds and the impact we will have in communities.

Thurman serves on the board of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh and is treasurer of 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania and the Crossroads Foundation. He also sits on two loan review boards, the Urban Redevelopment Authority and East Liberty Development, Inc.

In March, the National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America announced that Howard Hanna Mortgage Services was the first lender to be certified as an Accredited Social Impact Lender.

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