Transactional Loan Processor
Braymer Shuey is a Loan Processor for the Banking and Finance team at Geraci Law Firm. Mr. Shuey works as a liaison between attorneys and clients, coordinating, preparing, and reviewing files for the various transactions that take place on the Banking and Finance team. Braymer is an integral part of the Geraci team, as he also assists with any legal and administrative support wherever needed.
Family Cruise to Mexico. Its nearly impossible to get us all in one place.
Books currently reading
It’s Kind of a Funny Story – Ned Vizzini
Harry Potter series or anything with Adam Sandler
Relax when not working
Hanging with friends, girlfriend, riding bikes, playing basketball, video games
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter” – MLK Jr.
If you had one wish
One of your favorite memories since being at Geraci
All our quarterly team bonding events. They’re always a good time.
Q. What are you most proud of at Geraci LLP?
I am proud the time that I was juggling working here part time while still finishing college, and then getting offered a full-time position here upon graduating.
Q. Who or what helps you to stay motivated at Geraci?
My team is very collaborative, and we all depend on one another. The attorneys that I work with rely on me, so I want to perform at my best to make the transaction as smooth as possible. They are what keep me motivated, as well as my long, detailed, to-do lists.
Q. Tell us about one of your favorite clients and why you enjoy working with them Money 360
They are constantly relying on us to complete big projects, but most importantly we can rely on them to always be involved and willing to help where they can.
Q. Who has had the most impact on your career?
Dr. Edward Clarke who was my mentor in college. He was constantly pushing me to grow and be proud of my work. He inspired me most through his own work and wisdom.
Q. Who is or was the most influential person in your life?
My Mom who is the hardest working person I know. She has always found a way to provide for her family while also earning her master’s degree and working towards a PhD.
Q. What’s the toughest business decision you’ve ever made?
The decision to join the military or attend university post high school.
Q. What is your proudest achievement?
Being the first Shuey in my family to graduate college. I also graduated early and with honors, which was a great accomplishment for me and my family as well.