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Uhl brings extensive experience in financial services to the role

Denver, Colorado – February 16, 2021Cherry Creek Mortgage, a nationwide, full-service mortgage lender, today announced that Katy Uhl has joined the company as Chief Human Resources Officer.

Uhl comes to Cherry Creek Mortgage from Covius, a provider of fintech solutions, where she was senior vice president of human resources. Prior to Covius, Uhl held the same role at LenderLive, a company that provides loan fulfillment, underwriting and due diligence services for mortgage lenders.

Rick Seehausen, COO of Cherry Creek Mortgage and founder and former CEO of LenderLive said, “I am thrilled to have Katy joining us at Cherry Creek Mortgage. I know from working with her at LenderLive that she will be a great addition and resource to our company.”

“It is a pleasure to be working at Cherry Creek Mortgage,” Uhl said. “I believe in driving business success through principled leadership, strong HR acumen, teamwork and creativity, and look forward to helping Cherry Creek thrive by focusing on their greatest asset: their people.”

Founded in 1987, Cherry Creek Mortgage provides a robust offering of FHA, conventional and jumbo purchase and refinance mortgage loans utilizing a highly advanced, proprietary technology platform. The company originates loans through more than 70 retail branches, a highly efficient consumer direct channel, wholesale, and a number of highly successful joint ventures.


About Cherry Creek Mortgage, LLC

Cherry Creek Mortgage, LLC, NMLS #3001, has a 33-year tradition of serving the needs of home buyers across the country. With a reputation built on a passion for responsible lending and dedication to personal relationships, Cherry Creek Mortgage has helped thousands of customers realize their goal of home ownership. Cherry Creek Mortgage’s specialized internal processes and proprietary technology deliver a digital mortgage experience with a personal touch. The company is headquartered in Colorado and is licensed in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Learn more at