George Souto – Mortgage Loan Officer
George Souto is a mortgage loan officer for William Raveis Mortgage in Middletown, Connecticut and runs for reelection to the Republican Registar of Voters seat. As an active Republican, his campaign promises a favorable environment for business interests while protecting taxpayers and businesses alike.
George Souto has served as both a candidate and election moderator, most recently serving as head moderator for the Middletown municipal election and electing district eleven to his office.
Early Life and Education
George Souto has achieved great success in his educational pursuits. A graduate of the University of Southern California with an MBA in finance, he also holds certification as a real estate broker and has extensive knowledge in business management. At present, George works as a financial advisor for an investment firm and boasts an accumulated net worth of $1.2 million dollars.
Souto, a former Republican moderator, has served on the Middletown Common Council for six months. In 1980s he unsuccessfully ran for state representative in the 100th district; now he’s running for Republican nomination in 33rd district – considered to be safe from political turmoil within the legislature.
George Souto has been an experienced mortgage loan officer for over 20 years, maintaining his expertise while staying abreast of industry changes. He strives to assist clients in the most helpful way possible and makes sure everyone involved knows what needs to be done. Furthermore, George keeps track of the mortgage process and calls clients or their agent whenever changes need to be made or an issue has arisen.
George Souto is a well-known and esteemed member of the Middletown community. He has served as trustee for the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce, while remaining active in his church.
Achievements and Honors
George Soto has achieved many great things during his time at the University, earning a degree in health services management and joining numerous professional organizations.
He was also awarded with the renowned Wolf Prize in Architecture, one of the most coveted accolades worldwide. This honor recognizes individuals whose works have made a notable impact on art and science.
Matthew Souto, a senior from Middletown, has been named to the dean’s list at Harding University for his outstanding grades during the spring semester. Souto is among 947 students on this year’s list.
As Middletown’s resident art enthusiast for several years, Souto is an enlightened individual. He has two kids – one an artist in her own right and the other an avid reader – plus he enjoys fixing up his old school PC and keeping things green and sustainable. A passionate yogi and family man, Souto appreciates life’s little pleasures.
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At present, Soros’ net worth stands at $8 billion as of February 2018. A portion of his wealth is donated to philanthropy.
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