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Donna Ross
Mortgage Banker | NMLS #187464
Lexington, TN | Banking
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Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender. FirstBank Institution NMLS # 472433
About Donna Ross
Donna resides in Lexington with her husband, Brent. Together, they have one son, Dylan. She enjoys water skiing, snow skiing, gardening, and boating.Donna Ross is a native of Henderson County and has been a resident of the community all her life. With deep-seated roots in the community, Donna has served on various boards and actively involved in the community. Working with the City of Lexington and Henderson County, Donna played a key role in the establishment of Jackson State Community College satellite campus in Lexington and served as the Chairperson for the grant writing for the renovation of downtown Lexington. Donna has served as a past alderman for the City of Lexington and past Director for the Chamber of Commerce for Henderson County. Her commitment to the community is not only displayed through public service, but in delivery of customer service with those seeking homeownership in the community. Donna considers her customers friends and is excited to see the dream of homeownership realized for so many residents of the community. FOCUS: Donna began work as a mortgage banker some 16 years ago. Her commitment to excellence in customer service is evident in the customer testimonials received from her past clients. Donna has been honored to be a part of the First Bank?s Chairman Club and also received Awards of Excellence from the Nashville Mortgage Bankers Association the past four years. Donna understands the decision to own a home is one of the largest financial decisions most families make. It is not only your loan, but she considers it her home loan.