Jeffrey Kimball

Jeffrey Alan Kimball


5817 Windtree Drive


Zephyrhills, FL 33541-0767


 


Phone-813-355-4328


Cell Phone 207-749-3239


 


Email- jeffakimball@gmail.com


 


Work Experience:


 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY PROBATE COURT 


OCTOBER 2007 TO January 2016


 


Probate Clerk, handles informal estates, formal estates, trusts, claims against estates, updates forms as needed, petitions for formal appointment of special administrator,  create reports for the Judge, Register, Deputy Register and for the County Manager's office when asked. I keep the computer systems running for the office, working with ICON and their programmers to make sure the needs of office are met with the system. I handle the monthly newspaper publications for Notice to Creditors, and Formal Probate Hearings, along with handling the phones, trying to be first person that people deal with on phone when they call the department, answer questions, or direct them to the staff person that can help them.  I have dealt with difficult calls to eliminates stress on other staff people. In the absence of the Deputy Registrar; handles the approval or denial of the new e-filing system (this will be increasing because in October, all attorneys will need to file electronically).


 


County Committees       Employee Advisory Council, Wellness Initiative, County Hunger Program


 


MAINE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (CONTRACT)


April2007 through August 2007


Program Start UP (temp job)


 


Working doing initial introduction and setting up meetings for new LILA program, a Lifelong Learning Initiative.  Tracked results in data base that I created for MDOL. Had contact with many companies in State of Maine, to help them get set up with this new program.


 


TD BANKNORTH CONSUMER INDIRECT LENDING


FEBRUARY 2006 TO   MARCH 2007


TITLE-LOAN SPECIALIST


 


Funding, processing and meeting needs of Auto loan; provided processing for loans for dealerships out of New York State. New Dealer Setup, troubleshooting, and funding of all auto loans out of New York State. I was responsible to see that all loans followed State and Federal statutes, and company policies; worked with dealers to keep flow of loans and funding seamless to customers.


 


TD BANKNORTH MORTGAGE   70 GRAY ROAD, FALMOUTH MAINE


OCTOBER 1999 TO FEBRUARY 2006


TITLE-GOVERNMENT LOAN SPECIALIST, SENIOR PROCESSOR & UNDERWRITER


 


Process all forms of Government residential loans, including VA, FHA, and all state housing loans for New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and Vermont. Underwrite loans that are approved through automated underwriting system. Reviews information provided by loan officer, borrower and all involved parties, to ensure they met needed requirements for loan approval. Prepares all closing documentation and closing instructions to Settlement Attorney, reserves funding and reviews HUD settlement statement to ensure they meet all bank and HUMDA regulations; reviews Homeowners insurance binders,  ensuring it meets needed coverage and bank and governmental programs requirements. Helps borrowers through loan process, schedules closing, and answers or helps to find answers to borrowers, loan officers, attorneys, real-estate brokers and or other interested parties questions. Uses varied software, web sites to ensure work is done in a seamless manner to the borrower and outside agencies;  and provided post-closing follow up on any needed post-closing information.


 


Special Duties:  Did all Underwriting reworks of loans with problems for TD Mort Mortgage during the winter and summer of 2002, and managed the review of all appraisals for Banknorth Mortgage and supervised three other staff people during summer and fall of 2003.


 


LFS MORTGAGE    SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE SUMMER July to Sept 1999


TITLE-LOAN PROCESSOR


 


Processing all loans for an office of 3 loan originators, supervised one administrative assistant, dealt with title company, appraisers, underwriters and all aspects of the mortgage industry.


 


REGENCY MORTGAGE CORPORATION    PORTLAND MAINE April 1997- July 1999


TITLE-ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/LOAN PROCESSOR


 


Front desk clerk, designed ads for the office, and learned how to process loans, tracked appraisals, title works and all other aspects of the Mortgage Industry.


 


Cumberland County District Attorney's Office   Portland Maine


RECEPTION/PROJECTS CLERK   Oct 1987 to April 1997


 


Started as file clerk, promoted to receptionist in 1987, to senior receptionist/projects clerk in 1996. Job duties: answer 15 incoming lines, direct and assist callers and walk-in public, programming of office voice mail, tracking entire office staff of 40, tracking of expenditure accounts for the office manager. Tracking and creating reports for the district and superior court caseloads, administered the new CRIMES database which entire office worked from, provided bail lien research in the Registry of Deeds and special computer projects as needed.  Helped office administrator with accounts receivable and accounts payable and created graphic displays for trials and budget process.


 


Cumberland County Registry of 1985 to 1997


COPY ROOM CLERK, PROMOTED TO RECORDING CLERK


 


I was responsible for checking and recording of documents in the computer system, handling cash, assisting public, and various other office duties.


 


Education: University of Miami 84-86, University of Maine, Farmington 1983-1984,


Dirigo High School, Class of 1983


 


Hobbies: Gardening, Painting, giving painting classes, cooking almost anything creative, reading, music (learning to play a Dulcimer)


 


 

  • ID#: 140103
  • Location: Zephyrhills, FL , 33541

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