St. Louis, Missouri (September 23, 2013) – Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc., a privately-held St. Louis based mortgage-banking company, is extremely proud to announce they donated $21,750 to the Nurses for Newborns Foundation this year!

Each year Cornerstone holds a charity golf tournament to benefit Nurses for Newborns. For the past 8 years, Cornerstone has been privileged to be part of this great cause. The Nurses for Newborns Foundation is dedicated to promoting the health, safety, and well-being of newborn babies. They provide mentoring services, guidance for new parents, in-home nursing visits and much more.

Cornerstone would like to thank Vice President, Brad Bradford, and Product Development Manager, Cookie Hines, for organizing the charity golf event each year. They would also like to recognize Claire Devoto, Development Director of Nurses for Newborns, for her efforts. Without their continuous support, this event would not be possible.

“I am delighted that we were able to raise a tremendous amount of money for Nurses for Newborns. We are proud of our staff for supporting such an important cause. Many families and newborns are in need of medical care, education and assistance. We know the money donated will change people’s lives,” stated Cookie Hines, when asked about this year’s success.

Brad Bradford went onto say, “We are happy to say that Cornerstone surpassed last year’s sizeable donation. This contribution will go towards educating new parents and saving the lives of newborn babies. It is great to know that we can make a positive difference in our community.”

About Nurses for Newborns Foundation:

Nurses for Newborns works to prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect. They provide in-home nursing visits which promote healthcare, education and positive parenting skills. In addition to medical care, they assist families whenever possible with donated materials needed for safe care.

About Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc.:
Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc. has been in operation since 1995 and was founded by Jim Dean (President/CEO) and Angi Stevenson (Senior Vice President/COO). Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc. is currently licensed in six (6) states and has over 165 employees, with 14 locations and is rapidly growing. Jim Dean (President/CEO) was named one of the 100 Most Influential Mortgage Executives in America by Mortgage Executive Magazine in 2013 and 2014. Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc. is an A+ accredited lender with the Better Business Bureau and continues to have an outstanding reputation. In 2013, Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc. became the #1 largest lender in Missouri to have approvals from all three agencies: Freddie Mac, Ginnie Mae, and Fannie Mae. Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc. was named a Top 100 Mortgage Company in America by Mortgage Executive Magazine. The company was listed as one of the top-producing mortgage lenders in the country by Scotsman Guide. Angi Stevenson (Senior Vice President/COO) and Cornerstone were featured in Forbes Magazine in 2013. Revenues at Cornerstone have grown to exceed $26 million dollars annually, with closed loan production surpassing $900 million annually. Cornerstone is a ProLoan approved lender. Cornerstone has been featured on the fastest growing privately-held companies in America list by INC. 500/5000 for four (4) years in a row. Regionally, the company has been the #1 fastest growing mortgage banker in Missouri for the last five (5) years and is currently the 17th fastest growing privately-held company in the St. Louis region. The company is currently the 2nd largest privately-held mortgage banker in Missouri. Cornerstone is also a Top 2 USDA lender in Missouri. Processing, underwriting, and closing are completed locally by Cornerstone.

For More Information, Contact:
Jim Dean, President
Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc.
17280 N Outer 40 Rd., Suite 100
Chesterfield, MO 63005
(314) 995-9919

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