Employee Spotlight: Scott McCubbin

This month, we are featuring Scott McCubbin. Scott celebrated 10 years with Suntell in the fall of 2017. He works in our development group as a C.A. Analyst.

Scott grew up in Western Kansas in the little town of Grainfield. He attended Fort Hays State University and graduated with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. Prior to starting with Suntell, Scott sold insurance and worked at his family’s small community Bank in Western Kansas as a loan officer and board member.

Throughout his 10 years at Suntell, Scott has learned to embrace change. “If you are able to ‘go with the flow,’ you will be challenged but grow through your experience.” He really enjoys being involved in helping to create an innovative and complete solution to help community lenders manage their portfolios. “It’s rewarding to hear positive feedback from customers when we have hit the mark in solving a pain point that they have been dealing with in their day to day activities.” He enjoys working with our team of talented people that come together to provide just that for our customers. Loan Presentation is his favorite piece of Suntell, stating, “It would have been nice to use when I was working in banking.”

Scott is currently engaged to his wonderful fiancé, Maria. They will be blending their families as Maria has two children; Grace, 16 and Logan, 12 and Scott also has two children; Jordan, 28 and Mackenzie, 24. He also enjoys DIY projects, motorsports, and old cars.

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