Vouching for Maybach’s “integrity . . . work ethic”
By Joseph Peterson Wall, N.J.
It is with great confidence and firsthand experience that I write in strong support of my former employee, Eric Maybach, for consideration to be your next commissioner of the revenue.
I was honored to have Eric work for me as a regional manager at Gateway One Lending, where he achieved national recognition for superior performance and leadership on multiple occasions. Eric managed six teams across five states, along the East Coast, overseeing a monthly portfolio of $16.5 million, and $200 million annually.
With Eric, success was not only predictable, it was a given.
Eric remains one of the most outstanding employees I have ever had the privilege of working with under my direction. Courteous, prompt, approachable, leader — all are descriptions that easily come to mind when speaking of my friend Eric.
What truly stands out is my memory of Eric’s unwavering integrity, his enormous drive and work ethic, unparalleled honesty and his keen ability to lead, listen and create a positive, profitable and sound work environment for his staff and our organization.
Eric’s capacity to mentor and motivate others is second only to his passion and loyalty with any endeavor or challenge that comes his way.
Without a doubt, the financial sector’s loss will be Fauquier County’s gain if you elect this fine young man and give him the opportunity to serve the county he loves.
The writer served more than six years as a senior executive for sales at Gateway One. He joined another firm in November.