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Affinity Federal Credit Union Expands Mortgage Loan Officer Team

Basking Ridge, N.J. (June 3, 2019) – Affinity Federal Credit Union announced today the addition of two new Mortgage Loan Officers (MLOs): David L. Clough, based at its New Brunswick and Piscataway, N.J. branches, and Mallory Sudol, based at its of New Haven/Yale University and Norwalk, Conn. branches.

MLO David L. CloughAs a new MLO in the New Brunswick and Piscataway branches, David L. Clough will help homebuyers reduce the stress and complexity surrounding the homebuying process. He previously held positions with Huntington Mortgage Group, Wells Fargo and Amity Mortgage where he honed his knowledge of the mortgage loan experience.

MLO Mallory SudolWith more than 20 years of experience in real estate marketing and financing in Connecticut, Mallory Sudol will join the New Haven/Yale University and Norwalk branches as an MLO, working with homebuyers through every step of the loan process. Prior to her role with Affinity, Sudol was a mortgage loan originator at KeyBank Mortgage.

“We’re always looking for ways to help Affinity members in the homebuying process, given how stressful and complicated it can be,” said Carolyn Morganbesser, Affinity’s senior manager of Mortgage Originations. “By adding David and Mallory to our team, we’re bringing new insights and expertise to those looking for guidance.”

You do not need be a member to receive a mortgage loan through Affinity. Once a mortgage is approved, becoming an Affinity member is a simple process that is available to nearly everyone.

For additional information about Affinity Federal Credit Union, or to speak with an executive from the company, contact Ashley Duvall of Stern Strategy Group at or (908) 325-3865.

About Affinity Federal Credit Union:
With more than 20 branches across the tri-state area, Affinity is the largest credit union headquartered in the state of New Jersey, proudly ranking in the top 2% of all credit unions in terms of asset size1. It is a member-owned, not-for-profit, full-service financial institution federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). For more information, visit