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Aaron began his career in New Orleans with Norwest Financial in 1999. In 2001 he made the decision to return to Springfield and open his own mortgage company called Alliance Mortgage Group, Inc. “Looking back, I think I must have been crazy to take that on at age 25 with my son, Logan, on the way. In that same breath, with the responsibilities I had at the time it provided a little extra motivation to make it a successful endeavor,” he says. In January 2012, Aaron joined the team at INB as vice president and head of the Mortgage Division. “My responsibilities can be difficult at times, but always rewarding. I thoroughly enjoy leading a great group of people who guide our customers through what can be a very stressful process at times. Our goal at INB is to provide what I like to call WOW customer service. Taking the extra step to make our customer’s experience more enjoyable than that of our competition.”
Aaron continues: “We listen to our customers’ wants and needs, take that information and find the loan that best fits their families’ needs. There are options for every person who walks in our doors and our mission is to help find the right product for the particular situation and not just throw every customer into one bucket. At the end of the day, it’s a joy to sit at the closing table and see the excitement on our clients’ faces as they buy the home their family will make memories in for years to come!”
Aaron was born in Springfield and grew up in Chatham. As a child he played pretty much whatever sport happened to be in season and ran his dad ragged traveling all over for practices and games. Baseball turned out to be his favorite sport, and it took him from the West Coast to the East Coast and everywhere in between by the age of 17. He graduated from Glenwood High School and played his college baseball at The University of New Orleans where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. In 2008 he married his wife, Andria, and has a 13-year-old son who also loves sports and running his dad ragged going all over for games and practices.
When Aaron is not in the office he spends most of his time coaching his son’s teams. He says, “We plan our family events and trips around sporting events. My dad is also at nearly every one of his games, so our family spends a lot of our quality time at the ballpark and the gym! Golf is also a hobby, but time doesn’t call for many days on the links… and my handicap is proof of that.”