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Stonebriar Commercial Finance Promotes Four Employees

January 29, 2021, 07:17 AM

Stonebriar Commercial Finance announced the promotions of Brady Carrington, Christy Bookhout, Jon Dahlfors and Noah Starr.

Carrington joined Stonebriar in 2016 as a Senior Accountant and was promoted to Accounting Manager in 2018. The company now announces his promotion to Controller. As a leader within Stonebriar’s finance department, his high level of expertise will continue to provide support for Stonebriar’s multiple platforms.

Bookhout, a Staff Accountant since starting at Stonebriar in 2017, will continue handling critical operations functions in addition to taking on various other responsibilities in her new role as Senior Accountant.
“Brady and Christy both contribute greatly to the success of the SCF Finance Department,” said Chief Financial Officer Tim Milazzo, “and we know they will continue to add value in their new positions.”
Dahlfors and Starr advanced from Credit Analysts to Investment Managers. Dahlfors joined Stonebriar in 2016, focused initially on Business Aviation transactions. He now manages complex deals involving diverse equipment types and makes significant contributions throughout Stonebriar’s underwriting process. Starr, hired in 2018, quickly established an impressive record of successfully analyzing and structuring complicated Real Estate transactions.

“Jon’s expanded his underwriting expertise due to his impressive work ethic and ability to analyze and present relevant information,” said Jeff McCoy, Vice President of Credit, “and Noah demonstrates high energy and the necessary skills to move forward in his new position.”
President and CEO Dave B. Fate said, “Stonebriar strives to be an industry leader in developing and growing emerging talent. These employees bring immense value to the organization, and the promotions are well-earned. We look forward to the continued success of all of our SCF team members.”

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