Monday, January 3, 2011

01032011 - Portage Mayor James Snyder's First Financial Trust - DISSOLVED 06142010 - Documentation showing Snyder continued to operate MC Mortgage and SRC Properties under FFTM name




2007, 2008, 2009 Snyder of First Financial Trust Mortgage, withheld payroll taxes from his employees' paychecks - Snyder failed to pay tens of thousands of dollars in payroll taxes for tax years 2007, 2008, 2009.  In 2010, Snyder's FFTM was desolved, and became MC and SRC Properties LLC - Yet continued to operate as FFTM.

Below, is a January 2011 document for my divorce case, involving the questionable sale of the marital home - which mentions James Snyder of First Financial Trust Mortgage [after it was dissolved in June 2010]


















01032011 - DIVORCE: Realtor BruceAnn Singleton - Mayor Snyder

In December 2010, my Ameriprise Financial Advisor was in contact with the ReMax office [ BruceAnne Singleton] in regards to realtor Jim Thompson selling the marital home approximately $40,000 under the listed sale price. Instead of Singleton answering why she had not adhered to the September 2010 court order regarding offers below the listed price [and my right to reject such offers], she fired off this email to my financial advisor and Ameriprise.

Singleton also states in this letter that Mayor James Snyder - branch manager of First Financial Trust - "said he can personally assure me that every avenue was exhausted [tried loan alternatives]. Mr. Thomas was denied by First Financial Trust on October 11th."







This contradicts the large sum of funds my ex had and which the police officers spoke about over their police radios the day of the unlawful police entry: "More money than I have ever seen..." according to one of the Portage officers.



Realtor Jim Thompson, campaigned and supported Mayor James Snyder: "I've been bitten by the 'elected service bug' by helping candidates like (Porter County) Assessor Jon Snyder and (Portage) Mayor Jim Snyder get elected..."
[Thompson will challenge Clancy for Portage Township Trustee. July 02, 2014. NWI Times]




And, Mayor James Snyder - who is mentioned in the letter below by ReMax -  ordered all city officials to not investigate the unlawful police entry into my home and the deaths of Abbi and Bailey in 2012.




Singleton also states in this letter that Mayor James Snyder - branch manager of First Financial Trust - "said he can personally assure me that every avenue was exhausted [tried loan alternatives]. Mr. Thomas was denied by First Financial Trust on October 11th."





However, First Financial Trust was dissolved on June 14, 2010 :
"According to the Indiana Secretary of State's website, First Financial was voluntarily dissolved and has been inactive since June 14, 2010, which Taylor confirmed, adding the check to pay off the loan was made out to First Financial/SRC." [ Portage mayor raised more campaign cash than Dem rival. Chicago Tribune. 10192015 ]

















Thompson will challenge Clancy for Portage Township Trustee
July 02, 2014 1:45 pm 

PORTAGE | Local Realtor Jim Thompson was appointed this week to the vacancy on the Republican ballot for Portage Township trustee.

He will challenge incumbent Democrat Brendan Clancy for the seat in November.

In a press release, Thompson said he believes cooperation with local units of government, like Portage, could provide a much more efficient government, including creating a fire territory similar to Center Township to meet the needs of South Haven and Portage residents.

"The trustee's office was designed by the State Constitution to provide a hand up, not a hand out," said Thompson, adding he believes strengthening the rules for those who receive relief will make sure the people who need help are the ones getting it.

He also believes that, over time, the Kernan/Shepherd report should be implemented and trustee services should be maintained by one county system.

"I've been bitten by the 'elected service bug' by helping candidates like (Porter County) Assessor Jon Snyder and (Portage) Mayor Jim Snyder get elected and then having had the opportunity to see how their leadership has made a difference in my community," he said. "My goal will be to make a difference in the lives of the underprivileged and seniors in Portage Township."

Thompson lives in Portage with his wife and two children.