Diana Schrader recently was promoted to assistant vice president, retail servicing, with Jackson County Bank, according to a news release from the Seymour-based bank.
Schrader’s responsibilities include leading the retail loan servicing area and overseeing the loan servicing functional areas, including loan product system specifications, investor relations/secondary market servicing, escrow operations, reconciliations, management reporting, post close loan review, HMDA reporting, data entry, file maintenance, document imaging and loan record keeping to fulfill operations and servicing expectations.
She begin her career with the bank in 2008 as banking center leader for the bank’s Jackson Park branch.
In 2009, she accepted the position of retail loan servicing officer.
Schrader holds a bachelor’s degree in education. She has a total of 35 years of banking experience, performing and overseeing various lending and operations functions.
She is a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters and is a member of the Community Relations Committee of the Greater Seymour Chamber of Commerce.
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