The following letter is reprinted with the permission of Habitat for Humanity Knox County. The author, whose name we have omitted, sent this to the organization’s international headquarters to acknowledge INB Mortgage Lender Karen Cabrera’s role in homeownership.
Improvement is always on Allison Trelz’s mind. Over the past three years, she’s served as accounting specialist/financial analyst in INB’s Accounting Department, where she has a bird’s eye view to gain understanding about how the bank works.
Miranda Kelly was a successful commercial lender while working at a bank that has only two branches in Tampa. She now joins a bank that has none. But Miranda doesn’t see that as an obstacle.
Allen Brinkman comes to INB with an impressive, 25-year resume in banking. He recently made the move from a larger bank to INB because, he says, INB places a strong emphasis on culture, consistency and flexibility.
Bill Williams has been a banker in the Florida market for more than three decades. He’s worked for large, dominant market leaders as well as community banks. The variety gave him a chance to experience different bank cultures and customer bases.