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SunTrust Promoting in Tennessee

Promoting from within, ""SunTrust Mortgage Inc."":https://www.suntrustmortgage.com/ is set to strengthen its internal structure. Both Debi Minton and Jeff Calvert were recently named as assistant vice presidents with the Georgia-based financial institution.


Minton, hired by SunTrust in April, boasts more than 23 years of finance-related experience, and additionally, she's spent over eight years within the mortgage lending space, prior to her promotion.

Currently a part of SunTrust's Oak Ridge, Tennessee, office, Minton will remain with the branch when she takes up her new post as assistant vice president.


Based in SunTrust's Lenoir City, Tennessee, location, Calvert has more than 13 years of experience in the mortgage industry, and he was previously employed as a loan officer with American Dreams Mortgage Services before joining SunTrust in April.

Formerly a loan consultant with the company, Calvert will remain in his current branch when he assumes his role as assistant vice president.

SunTrust Mortgage is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ""SunTrust Bank"":https://www.suntrust.com/portal/server.pt, and the financial entity, located in Atlanta, Georgia, originates loans across the country.

SunTrust has an estimated $172.2 billion in assets as of the end of the second quarter, and the company's president and CEO, William H. Rogers, said of the numbers, ""Our earnings per share improvement continued this quarter. While the economic recovery remains uneven, we continued to demonstrate meaningful improvements in asset quality.

""Additionally, our client-centric approach is driving even higher levels of loyalty and is increasingly evidencing itself in the form of enhanced performance by many of our businesses,"" he said.

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