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Abigail Lamprey

HECM Vice President

Abigail Lamprey, born in Cavite, Philippines’. At the age of six her family migrated to Glendale, California. She completed High School with honors while employed part time. Since she was 17 years she lived on her own, worked full time, and managed to graduate from Mt. Sierra University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science Multimedia Marketing and a minor in Business from University Of Southern California. After obtaining her degree, Abigail began her extensive career in mortgage lending, financial, and banking services. In California, she spent several years as a top-five producing loan officer with two of the top five mortgage companies. She became the youngest and only woman to be promoted as Sales Director of a global lead source company where she managed domestic and international teams. Growing tired of living in hotels, she relocated to Washington for marriage and furthered her career in the banking industry. Later moving to Utah, she continued to excel as a dedicated and dependable Reverse Mortgage specialist. She now serves as Vice President of the HECM Consumer Direct Division.

Abigail practices two main core values on a daily basis. First, asking Heavenly Father for guidance to choose the right - loving and not judging. Second, treating each client as if they were her grandparents. She strives to understand each individual's financial goals to provide them a tailored solution to achieve their objectives. She exceeds their expectations, once organizing a cleaning crew to help a client remove debris. With the client's permission, she will find someone local to visit a lonely senior monthly. She has even visited clients in their hometowns on vacation.

Abigail is only in her mid-30’s, but she’s already working on her “Bucket List”. She snaps pictures to capture accomplished moments with her state of the art colored Polaroid camera. She is passionate about living an active, healthy, systematic, stress free life. She eats no meat and lives frugally. Abigail is married with no kids of her own, but dearly loves her dog Cubby, and her rowdy lion-head bunny, Peanut. She is active with her church and serves as a volunteer for P.H.P, an organization that empowers unemployed women, and mentors young adults with an anti-suicide organization. Her life without parents has lit a fire in her heart to give a voice to foster children and provide hope in every facet of her life--as an aspiring author for children and an avid oil painter she strives to live life to the fullest every day.