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Veteran loan originator Elaine Sue Honegger has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company's Hilton Head Island, S.C., branch.

Honegger, who has more than 20 years of mortgage lending experience, most recently served as a loan originator for Homeowners Financial Group in Phoenix. She is a past president of the Arizona Mortgage Lenders Association and continued to serve as secretary and treasurer of the group until her move to Hilton Head Island.

She also serves on the board of the Arizona Mortgage Advisory Council and has taught continuing education National Mortgage Licensing System courses for loan officers. In addition, she served as a volunteer for the Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix.

Mortgage Network, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, is one of the largest, privately held independent mortgage companies in the eastern U.S. The company has more than 45 offices and is licensed to do business in 21 states.


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