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Marty Gaddie is a loan officer at Veterans United Home Loans. He was born and raised in Elizabethtown. His father served two years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and his grandfather served in the U.S. Army during WWII. Marty is closely tied to the local community and strives to give back to the local veterans through his work. As a loan officer, Marty provides excellent customer service and can help any homebuyer reach their goals of owning a home. Marty lives in Elizabethtown with his wife, Devan, daughter and son.
With over 13 years of experience in insurance, investments and commercial lending, Loan Officer Ashley Brown is a skilled and accomplished financial service professional. She was born and raised in Elizabethtown and, aside from the time she spent at the University of Kentucky, she has spent the majority of her career in our close-knit community. Through the years, Ashley has been honored to work with and get to know many military families in Elizabethtown, Fort Knox and the surrounding areas. She understands the demands of the mortgage process and uses her extensive knowledge to help homebuyers navigate through the homebuying journey with ease. Outside of work, she enjoys spending as much time as possible with her two sons – either at the ballpark or on the golf course!
Brian Ross has been an account manager with Veterans United Home Loans in Elizabethtown since 2012. Originally from mid-Ohio, he moved to Kentucky at age 15 and has lived in this area ever since. Brian is proud of the fact that our team gets so many families in the community into homes so quickly and efficiently, and makes the homebuying process as stress-free as possible. Brian’s wife Lena is an elementary school teacher, and together they have two children, Layla and Gavin. Their furry family includes two Chihuahuas, one fluffy cat (aptly named Fluffy), and a ball python!