Since our founding in 1949, we’ve worked hard to establish a solid reputation in the marketplace. Today, we’re one of the top mortgage lenders in Michigan, due in large part to our elite team of lending experts. It is these exceptional individuals that carry forth our steadfast commitment to professionalism, integrity and quality service within the communities they serve.

We strongly believe in celebrating the success of our team members, and would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Ross Mortgage loan officer assistant Trisha Blaszczyk on receiving the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association’s (MMLA) Rising Star Award!

Formerly known as the 40 Under 40 Award, the Rising Star Award recognizes MMLA members new to the industry who have excelled in their profession. Nominees are chosen based on their involvement with the association, participation in industry-related events and other external recognitions. Last year, our own Tim Pascarella won the inaugural MMLA award.

At Ross Mortgage Corporation, we’re dedicated to helping our loan officers expand their knowledge, enhance their reputation and become the best they can be. Trisha is the embodiment of that ideal, and we’re proud to see her hard work and unmatched service get the industry recognition it deserves.

Trisha will receive this prestigious honor with just 13 other young professionals in the real estate finance industry during a special Rising Star Award presentation event next month. Congratulations, Trisha!


Tim Ross is CEO of Ross Mortgage Corporation and a lifelong mortgage lender. He has served as president of the Mortgage Bankers Association of Michigan and two terms as a governor on the Residential Board of Governors with the Mortgage Bankers Association of America. Today, Tim is an active participant, charter member and past director of America's Mortgage Cooperative and recently served as the Chairman of the Mortgage Industry Advisory Board for the State of Michigan. Outside of work, Tim enjoys running, golfing and participating in triathlons.

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