About Mary

NMLS# 347258

As a Senior Mortgage Loan Consultant with over 23 years in the Southwest Florida mortgage banking business, Mary has helped thousands of homeowners secure financing to meet their individual needs.

Prior to settling with the Southwest Florida Mortgage Group in 2009, Mary was the Vice President and Regional Mortgage Sales Manager for a Fortune 500 bank. However, her career began in 1992 when she worked as a mortgage loan processor for a locally owned bank.

Her strong commitment to customer service and her extensive mortgage expertise have given her the reputation as a “go-to” person in the industry.  She continues to successfully navigate her clients through the ever-evolving mortgage financing process.

A Naples resident since 1979, Mary attended primary and secondary schools locally and graduated from Naples High School in 1987.  She went on to graduate from Edison State College and attended Florida Gulf Coast University to pursue a degree in Education.

Mary enjoys reading, paddle-boarding, yoga and spending time with her husband, Jim, and her daughter, Emily, who is currently a sophomore at Florida Southern College in Lakeland. She also devotes time to volunteering for organizations including the Collier County Special Olympics and the Naples Cat Alliance. She teaches yoga part-time and is the lead organizer of a local stand-up paddle boarding club (the Beach Bum Social Club).

She currently serves as the 2017-18 President of the Mortgage Bankers Association of Southwest Florida and has served in various roles on the Board of Governors since 2014. 

Gulfshore Life Magazine's FIVE STAR MORTGAGE PROFESSIONAL: Best in Client Satisfaction 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014,2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010
Top Producer- 2017, 2016 (NewRez)
  • 3255 Tamiami Trail North
    Naples, FL 34103
  • 239-298-5333
  • 239-298-5311
Mar 19, 2019

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