Marcus McCue has been named to the board for the Texas Council on Economic Education
Online PR News – 17-December-2013 –Guardian Mortgage Company is proud to announce that Marcus McCue, Executive Vice-President and Chief Business Development Officer, has been named to serve on the Board for the Texas Council on Economic Education.
“Educating current and future home owners on financial planning and home ownership success is at the foundational core of how Guardian Mortgage operates,” states Marcus McCue, Executive Vice-President and Chief Business Development Officer. “Being named to the Board of Directors for the Texas Council on Economic Education is not only an honor, but an exciting opportunity to allow me to work with and prepare the next generation of Texas home owners.”
Guardian Mortgage Company is extremely proud of the efforts put forth by both our Leadership Team and our Lending Officers toward educating and guiding home owners in their mortgage lending decisions.
About Guardian Mortgage:
“Educating current and future home owners on financial planning and home ownership success is at the foundational core of how Guardian Mortgage operates.”
Headquartered in Richardson, Texas, Guardian Mortgage Company, Inc. has been serving generations of homebuyers for over 48 years. Guardian Mortgage Company is an independently owned and managed company specializing in mortgage origination and servicing.
Guardian Mortgage Company has over $2.5 billion in its servicing portfolio, translating to more than 20,000 current satisfied customers. Guardian Mortgage Company is large enough to provide the innovative leadership service customers need, yet small enough to provide individual and professional attention.
At Guardian Mortgage Company, the ideal client is a borrower who wants a true relationship with their mortgage company.
About the Texas Council on Economic Education:
The Texas Council on Economic Education (TCEE) has a vision that by working with kindergarten through grade 12 educators, TCEE can establish the seeds of a healthier U. S. economy and personal financial stability. TCEE’s goal is to provide teachers with hands-on lessons and programs that allow students to practice implementing real life economic and financial skills, and thus pave the way to a life of economic security and a Smarter Texas.
TCEE coordinates programs to provide statewide student activities and teacher staff development with a goal to ultimately reach the 5 million school children of Texas. As a 501(c) 3 nonprofit founded in 1949 and incorporated in 1969, TCEE has strong program roots throughout the state. TCEE strives to provide free or low cost programs that school districts and teachers can afford in times of significant budget cuts. Each year TCEE reaches at least 2,000 educators who then impact the learning of 350,000 students. In 2012 alone, TCEE impacted over 2.3 million students through educators who have received the TCEE training and curriculum at approved testing centers.
TCEE seeks partnerships to promote its vision that the U. S. becomes a nation of citizens who have the knowledge and skills to make sound, informed economic decisions.