Changes to Stewart Team Bring New Resources to California's Central Valley
VISALIA, Calif., Aug. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Kings/Tulare division of Stewart Title of California, Inc., is working to more effectively utilize existing assets by bringing together two managers with unique strengths to better serve customers and to develop and grow the division.
Escrow manager Cathy Maxwell has been promoted to vice president, assistant county manager over the Kings/Tulare division. She will remain in the Visalia office and will be in charge of day-to-day operations for the division. Group president Barbara Heitman extolled Maxwell's leadership skills and extensive escrow knowledge, and said "the staff of this division is looking forward to working with her in her new role."
Maxwell will now report to Mick Goodenough, who is taking over as division president of the Kings/Tulare division. He will continue in his duties as division president of the Fresno/Madera division. Goodenough's sales background has made him an expert in working effectively with all people, a skill he can use internally and externally to inspire his team and provide consumers with the best possible Stewart experience.
Maxwell and Goodenough will work on bringing their considerable resources to enrich employees' working environment, to increase opportunities for potentially profitable new ventures, as well as to enhance the real estate transaction experience for Stewart's customers in the Central Valley region.
Stewart Title of California, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Information Services Corp., a customer-oriented, technology-driven, strategically competitive, real estate information and transaction management company. Stewart provides title insurance and related information services required for settlement by the real estate and mortgage industries through more than 9,500 policy-issuing offices and agencies in the United States and international markets. Stewart also provides post-closing lender services, mortgage default management solutions, automated county clerk land records, property ownership mapping, geographic information systems, property information reports, flood certificates, document preparation, background checks and expertise in tax-deferred exchanges. More information can be found at www.stewart.com.