Stephanie Whiffen Named Vice President, Residential Loan Officer at Encore Bank
NAPLES, Fla. (Feb. 11, 2015) – Encore Bank, is pleased to announce that Stephanie D. Whiffen has joined the bank as Vice President, Residential Loan Officer. Encore Bank continues to expand its residential lending activities, which are managed by Senior Vice President, Dan Royal. Her appointment follows a year of exciting growth in service offerings and personnel for Encore Bank, which has dramatically expanded its residential and commercial lending offerings in response to increased demand across Southwest Florida.
Whiffen brings 40 years’ experience in business, banking and finance, and has held senior management positions in sectors including manufacturing, wholesale and retail for national and international corporations. A Southwest Florida resident and community leader since 1999, Whiffen has been originating residential mortgage loans for the last 12 years for major banks.
Tom Ray said, “Stephanie possesses an in-depth knowledge of our market area and works tirelessly to provide solutions for every client’s financing need. We’re pleased she’s chosen to bring her talents to Encore Bank.”
Whiffen added, “With its emphasis on personal banking and dedication to the local community, Encore Bank is uniquely suited to serve the needs of its residents. I’m happy to help the bank grow its lending services and reach more clients.”
Ms. Whiffen’s office is located at 3003 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 100 in Naples.
Encore Bank has six convenient locations, including two branches in Naples at 3003 Tamiami Trail North and 2370 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Bonita Springs at 4450 Bonita Beach Road, Fort Myers at 7920 Summerlin Lakes Dr., Port Charlotte at 2120 Kings Highway, and Sun City Center at 1653 Sun City Center Plaza.
For more information, call 239.919.5888 or 239.594.3177 in Naples, 239.495.0243 in Bonita Springs, 239.278.5505 in Fort Myers, 941.258.3055 in Port Charlotte, or 813.634.8001 in Sun City Center, or visit www.encorebank.com. Member FDIC