Bank of Hawaii Appoints Residential Loan Officers
Friday, February 16, 2007
Honolulu, Hawaii (February 16, 2007) - Autumn Taylor Arase recently joined Bank of Hawaii’s Maui Residential Loan Center as a residential loan officer. She has more than seven years of experience in the mortgage industry. During her career, she has been recognized as a top producer for American Savings Bank.
Arase is a member of the Realtor Association of Maui and the Maui Contractors Association (MCA). She currently serves on the MCA board of directors and its annual scholarship committee, in addition to heading up the MCA annual scholarship golf tournament prize committee.
Arase received her associate’s degree in liberal arts from Maui Community College and is working toward a bachelor of arts degree in business administration. She is a graduate of Maui High School.
Virginia “Virgie” V. Barbero has rejoined Bank of Hawaii as a residential loan officer in its Maui Residential Loan Center. She previously served at Bank of Hawaii for 17 years in variety of positions including bank teller, consumer banking representative, and branch manager. Prior to returning to the bank, she was a loan officer at Legacy Mortgage and U.S. Financial Mortgage in Wailuku.
A graduate of Maui High School, Barbero earned her associate’s degree in accounting from Maui Community College.
Douglas J. Purdy was recently hired as a residential loan officer for the Kauai Residential Loan Center. He comes to Bank of Hawaii with 10 years of experience in mortgage lending and consumer finance. Prior to joining the bank, he served as a branch manager with Residential Mortgage Services in Las Vegas, Nev.
Purdy holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Idaho.