November 10, 2014 496 Views Movers & Shakers PrimeLending 2014-11-10 Tory Barringer Share PrimeLending Welcomes SVP, Regional Manager for Pacific Northwest in Headlines, News National home lender PrimeLending named Kelly Lee as SVP and regional manager for the Pacific Northwest.With more than 20 years’ experience in the mortgage industry, Lee has a track record of mentoring leaders and guiding sales teams to the highest level of achievement. Before joining PrimeLending, he served as VP of sales and EVP for a regional mortgage company, where he managed operations, including warehouse lines and investor relationships.Working from PrimeLending’s Portland metro branch in Oswego, Oregon, Lee is responsible for the company’s branch production and operations in the entire region, which includes Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.Al Velasco, EVP and manager of PrimeLending’s Western division, said he is “very pleased” to welcome Lee to the team.”He is a natural servant leader who has a track record of growing profitable branches in the Pacific Northwest region,” Velasco said.
Top Stories When asked about Peterson’s contract extension, which made the 24 year old the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL, Dockett didn’t hesitate to lavish some lofty praise on his teammate.“He’ll definitely be a future Hall of Famer,” Dockett told reporters at Cardinals Camp in Glendale on Wednesday.He went on to offer his two cents on the loud debate over who, exactly, is football’s best cornerback — Peterson, Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman, New England Patriots’ Darrelle Revis or someone else — saying there was “no question” that his teammate was on top.“I’m not going to say no one else is better than him,” Dockett said of Peterson. “He works his tail off. He’s a dominant corner. He’s smart. He’s one of the most athletic guys in the league. And he plays hard.”Question after question came Dockett’s way about Peterson, his greatness and the size of his contract, and the quick-to-speak defensive lineman never shied away from the task of heaping votes of confidence upon his teammate. And he made a point of emphasizing Peterson’s work ethic and drive, above all else. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “He’s definitely deserving of everything he has earned,” he said. “He’s one of the young leaders around here. “He plays lights out. We knew the day would come. He’s one of those guys that’s humble and willing to prove to people that he’s the best corner in the league.”Then, as if in an effort to put Cardinals fans at ease that Peterson won’t be changed — on or off the field — by his suddenly magnified paychecks, Dockett offered a brief anecdote about the teammate he believes is Hall of Fame-bound. “He came in the locker room after he signed and you couldn’t even tell that he signed for that much money, because he was like, ‘I’m just ready to go to work.’” – / 13 The Arizona Cardinals didn’t sign Patrick Peterson to a record $70 million deal with the expectation that he’d slump into mediocrity, of course.Michael Bidwill, Steve Keim and the rest of the organization expects the opposite — the greatness Peterson has shown the league since he was drafted in 2011.And one member of the organization in particular, fellow defender Darnell Dockett, expects a high level of that greatness. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact