WFG National Title Adds Sales VP in Puget Sound Region

August 16, 2011

WFG National Title Insurance Co. appointed Wendy Lunt as vice president, sales and marketing for its newly acquired Puget Sound Division.

Lunt’s role with WFG National Title will be to grow the footprint of the national underwriter in the Puget Sound region, including the Seattle and Tacoma markets. She will also work to service and maintain existing relationships. Lunt comes to the company with 10 years of experience in the title, escrow and real estate services industry, having worked with one of the nation’s largest national underwriters in the western Pierce County community. Before that, she was a Realtor in the North Tacoma marketplace. She remains a member of the Tacoma Pierce County Association of Realtors, and is the chair elect for the affiliate counsel there. She received her bachelor’s degree from Concordia College in Wisconsin.

“Wendy personifies WFG’s approach to collaborating with our customers, and she will be a strong presence in our market” said Lynn Riedel, president and manager of the Puget Sound division. “She has a knack for hearing what the customer needs, and working within the customer’s framework to fulfill those requests.”


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