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Greater Nevada Credit Union hires Patty Little as loss mitigation manager




CARSON CITY — Greater Nevada Credit Union has hired Patty Little as its Loss Mitigation Manager. In this position, Little will manage loss mitigation activities including repossession, remarketing, bankruptcies, loan modifications and more. Little has been professionally involved in the business for over 15 years and was formerly with Harley Davidson Financial Services where she was a Training Manager, Operations Manager and Process/Project Manager. “I look forward to forming new partnerships and working with team members to provide the best solutions for our members,” she said.

“Patty has a well-rounded background and understanding of loss mitigation and collections,” said Wally Murray, President and Chief Executive Officer of Greater Nevada Credit Union. “She is also well versed in banking and lending operations which is certainly a bonus to our entire operation.”

“It’s a sincere pleasure and honor to be working with one of the region’s most established financial institutions,” noted Little. “Just one month on the job and I have come to appreciate the support and respect the team has for each other – and our members.”

In her new position, Little will oversee a staff of five through the Credit Union’s Reno Operations office.

Little is a Carson City resident who enjoys playing board games, improving her game of tennis and spending time in the great outdoors.

For more information about Greater Nevada Credit Union, visit gncu.org.

About Greater Nevada Credit Union

Greater Nevada Credit Union is a financial cooperative that has served Northern Nevada for over 60 years. As Northern Nevada’s largest credit union, it has more than 53,000 members and $550 million in assets. Greater Nevada is open for membership to any resident of Northern Nevada and offers a full range of deposit, loan, and mortgage products for individuals, families, and small businesses. For more information on Greater Nevada Credit Union, visit gncu.org.

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