Florida Institute of Technology Appoints Bobbie Dyer to Board of Trustees

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Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc., one of the nation’s top mortgage lenders, would like to congratulate Division President Bobbie Dyer of Dyer Mortgage Group for being named to the Florida Institute of Technology Board of Trustees.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc., one of the nation’s top mortgage lenders, announced that Division President Bobbie Dyer of Dyer Mortgage Group has been named to the Florida Institute of Technology Board of Trustees.

Dyer was one of three new members welcomed to this prestigious position.

“As a mortgage professional, Bobbie is a model of leadership and service, and will be an outstanding representative for Florida Tech and their community efforts,” said Dave Zitting, President and CEO of PRMI.

“We are proud of Bobbie and congratulate her on this new opportunity. We look forward to seeing her excel by dedicating her knowledge and time in support of others.”

Dyer is Division President of Dyer Mortgage Group in Melbourne, Florida and has been with PRMI for nearly six years. She is a veteran in the mortgage industry with more than 29 years of experience.

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Since moving to Brevard County in 1989, Dyer has been involved in over 200 charitable events, serving on committees, chairing fundraisers, and performing as a live auctioneer for special event fundraisers.

She has a long history of volunteering at Florida Tech and is known for her involvement as a founding board member of the University’s Women’s Business Center, volunteering for Autism research and has supported other areas of Florida Tech.

“I am honored to be appointed to this position and look forward to working with this incredible university,” Dyer said.

“I will do my best to make a positive impact for the students, our local community, and everyone involved with Florida Tech.”

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