Jul 1, 2015
James M. Newton
U.S. Government Benefits Administrator
To Whom It May Concern:
It is with great honor and privilege that I recommend Cheryl Boldig for business and personal ethics of the highest caliber. In all my many years of working in the business world, "very rarely" have I found a person with the attitudes of customer service, loyalty to company, truthfulness, integrity, and perseverance, that supersede those of Cheryl.
As a Mortgage Lending Officer, I do stipulate that I have found "no one" who possesses a higher degree of efficiency and "sense of responsibility to her clients in handling the day-to-day requirements of such a complex, but important profession.
As a Lending Officer, she handled my personal home mortgage in such a manner that I enabled me to completely put my trust in, bar none. On virtually every detail during the complex process of obtaining a loan for a home, she handled each one with a professionalism and steadfastness which is not seen in the business world today. For example: I know she stayed up long hours into the night for the sole purpose of insuring every detail and requirement I needed to know or become personally involved in was conveyed to me in an extremely efficient and professional manner or method.
As a former member of the United States Air Force, if it were possible, I would recommend her for our highest honor for peacetime service, "The Presidential Medal of Freedom." Furthermore, her methodology transcended her business practices and allowed me to see, with numerous empirical examples, that her personal practices of dealing with people in every walk of life were true to all that this great country of ours, The United States of America, considers sacred and upright.
I wholly, completely, and without reservation recommend her for any such award her present or future employer can bestow upon her.
Yours, Very Sincerely and Respectfully,
James M. Newton
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
I of my business with her, "down to where the rubber meets the road," she was on top of,