The mortgage broker industry has lost one of its own, following the death of Mike McGraw of Dominion Lending Centres
who passed away on February 16 at the age of 53.
“Dominion Lending Centres is mourning the death last month of Atlantic Canada’s Mike McGraw, president and co-owner of Dominion Lending Centres NuVision Mortgage Group based in Saint John, New Brunswick,” Cindy Freiman of Dominion Lending Centres told MortgageBrokerNews.ca.
Mike will be remembered not only for his work with DLC
but also his sunny demeanour and entrepreneurship.
“A member of the DLC family for five years, Mike will always be admired and remembered for his bright smile, kindness towards others, passion and business savvy,” Freiman said. “Mike was a humble man with a generous spirit who worked endlessly for causes in which he truly believed.”
Aside from his post with the leading mortgage network, Mike also operated his own IDC practice and, like many Canadians, was an hockey fan and supporter.
“Mike was a passionate hockey fan and coached within the community for several years,” Freiman said. “He was also Vice President and a Principal of the Saint John Sea Dogs – where he saw his team win the Memorial Cup in 2011.”
Mike is survived by his wife, Susan, and his two daughters, Maggie and Brittany.