DCU Announces New VP of Mortgage Lending
Marlborough, Massachusetts – DCU (Digital Federal Credit Union) is excited to announce the selection of Caleb Cook as the credit union’s new Vice President of Mortgage Lending.
“We are excited to have Caleb take on the role of Vice President of Mortgage Lending,” said Craig Roy, DCU’s SVP Retail Lending. “Caleb brings extensive lending and management experience to the credit union and will aid us on our path of growth and development.”
Caleb Cook has spent the last three years at Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union, located in Seattle, Washington, where he served as the Vice President of Lending. During this time, Caleb increased mortgage production, reduced average turnaround time on loans, and increased gain on sale income by proactively managing pricing and secondary marketing. He worked to increase efficiency and productivity across all operations and enhanced the member experience by creating and improving policies and procedures. Caleb has over 13 years of experience in the credit union industry and previously served as the Vice President of Lending at Qualstar Credit Union in Redmond, Washington and as the Lending & Collections Manager at Sound Credit Union in Tacoma, Washington. Caleb has also served as a Real Estate Loan Officer at Watermark Credit Union in Seattle, Washington. Caleb is originally from Vermont and has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Community Development and Applied Economics from the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. After completing college he started his career in finance in the Boston area before moving to the west coast where he discovered the credit union movement. Caleb attended Western CUNA Management School and graduated in 2008. He is the past Chairman of the Washington Credit Union Real Estate Network (CUREN) and a past Advisory Board Member of the PHH Mortgage Corporation.
“Caleb is a talented lending executive with a unique dedication and passion who will enhance our team at DCU. We are looking forward to working with Caleb to provide exceptional lending products and services to the credit union’s membership and community,” said Roy.
Digital Federal Credit Union, better known as DCU, is a full-service, not for profit financial institution cooperatively owned by and operated for its members. Since being chartered in October 1979, DCU has been chosen as the credit union for employees and members of more than 800 companies and organizations along with their families. DCU, the largest credit union in New England, has assets of over $5 billion and serves over 400,000 members in all 50 states. For more information, visit www.dcu.org.