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Redwood Credit Union names Laureen Barnes new manager of mortgage lending

Redwood Credit Union has promoted Laureen Barnes to manager of mortgage lending. In her new position, Barnes will implement and lead RCU’s residential mortgage lending channels with a focus on providing excellent service and sound lending.

Barnes joined RCU’s mortgage lending team two-and-a-half years ago as an assistant manager. She began her career in the mortgage industry in 1990 with First Security Loans and worked her way up through various positions to learn all aspects of mortgage lending, serving at Old Redwood Mortgage, SIB Mortgage, Aegis Wholesale and Parkside Lending and, most recently, Bay Equity Home Loans.

“Making a difference in the community is what I love best about working for Redwood Credit Union,” says Barnes. “I get to help people realize the dream of home ownership every day.”

Passionate about her community, Barnes currently sits on the board of directors for Verity, an organization that strives to eliminate violence with a special focus on sexual assault and abuse. She also serves at Hearthstone Village, a nonprofit dedicated to building healthy communities and creating nurturing environments for those in need of care and support.

Putin Threatens To Target U.S. With Missiles In State-Of-Nation Speech

Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued fresh threats against the United States while promising increased social benefits to raise living standards as his popularity reaches near-record lows amid ongoing economic woes.

In his annual state-of-the-nation address on February 20 to Russia's two-chamber parliament -- the Federal Assembly -- Putin said that, if Washington deployed intermediate-range missiles in Europe, Moscow would not only target the countries hosting the U.S. weapons but the United States itself.

The United States dismissed Putin's comments as "propaganda" designed to divert attention from what Washington and its allies allege are Moscow's violations of a key Cold War-era nuclear arms control agreement.

NATO called the Russian leader's threats "unacceptable."

This year's speech comes as a recent poll has shown public trust in Putin was at its lowest level in 13 years.

More than one in five Russians now live in poverty, according to recent research by an institute with links to the Kremlin. Nationwide protests broke out in 2018 over the government's plans to raise the age of eligibility for pensions.

where do i report a business who calls an employee at work?

Aegis Mortgage keeps calling one of our employees while he is here at work. He is unable to accept the call while he is here, but they continue to call.


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