Washington Trust Hires Rufo as Mortgage Loan Officer

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Westerly, Rhode Island... Washington Trust has announced that David J. Rufo, of Woburn, MA has been hired as Mortgage Loan Officer with the Washington Trust Mortgage Company in Sharon, MA. Rufo works closely with a network of real estate, financial, and building professionals to assist homeowners in all aspects of the home-buying process, from application to closing.

Rufo has more than 25 years of lending and mortgage consulting experience, most recently as Senior Mortgage Consultant for Georgetown Bank in Georgetown, MA. He holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice from the University of Lowell. Rufo also sits on the Board for the City of Woburn Board of Assessors. He and his wife and four children live in Woburn, MA.


Washington Trust Mortgage Company LLC originates residential real estate mortgage loans, including construction, purchase and refinancing, through its offices in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. The Company offers a full-range of mortgage solutions, including fixed rate, adjustable rate, and reverse mortgage products. Our team of experienced mortgage professionals are dedicated to providing customized, comprehensive financing and personalized service. Washington Trust Mortgage Company LLC is a subsidiary of The Washington Trust Company, one of New England?s premier financial services companies providing mortgage banking, commercial banking, small business banking, personal banking, and wealth management and trust services to individuals and institutions. Founded in 1800, The Washington Trust Company is headquartered in Rhode Island and recognized as the oldest community bank in the nation. The Washington Trust Company is a subsidiary of Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc., (NASDAQ Global Select, symbol: WASH).

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