First Federal Bank has announced that Kim Shelley and McClain Williams have joined the team.
Shelley is rejoining the team as a mortgage loan professional and reverse mortgage specialist in Magic Valley. She has been helping borrowers with their lending needs for 26 years — including 20 years as a construction lender and 15 years as a reverse mortgage specialist. Shelley is credited with putting her expertise to work for her customers and helping them find the best solution for their goals. Outside of First Federal Bank, Shelley is a PADI master scuba diver trainer instructor and public safety diving instructor with over 15 years in the diving industry.
Williams is joining the Treasure Valley lending team in Meridian as a mortgage loan professional. She started her career in finance, eventually landing in the mortgage industry, and has been helping clients finance their new/existing homes since 2019. Williams is also a part of a family-owned development company with projects from multifamily to industrial to land development, which has helped extend her knowledge. She grew up in Eagle and played basketball at The College of Southern Idaho and The University of Alaska Fairbanks — finishing up her bachelor’s in business management at Boise State University.
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