Dominion Lending Centres
The Mortgage Source in Ottawa.
Drummond succumbed to breast cancer on May 2, 2016. She is survived by her husband Bob and her sons John and James.
An eminent and respected player in the industry, Drummond retired in the fall of last year, leaving her team ranked 5th in terms of the number of Canadian mortgages funded in 2015. Having established a storied career that started in October 1996, she was among the top brokers at Mortgage Centre Canada
and at Dominion Lending Centres
Aside from her professional achievements, Drummond has built strong working and personal relationships with industry associates.
“Nicole was more than just a colleague and industry leader with The Mortgage Source here in Ottawa- she was a beloved friend and mother,” DLC
The Mortgage Source broker/president Kim McKenney said.
“All of our lives were a bit brighter, warmer and richer for having met Nicole. Her passing is a loss, both here in Ottawa and for the entire industry across the country,” McKenney added.
Interested parties can get in touch with McKenney at email@example.com or at 613-232-0023 (ext. 232) for more information.
The Canadian mortgage industry suffered a major loss with the recent death of renowned broker Nicole Drummond, who worked with