The Fort Morgan branch of Premier Farm Credit recently welcomed Trish Kembel and Garrett Seymour as Loan Officers.
“I’m excited to have Trish and Garrett on board,” said Vice President and Branch Manager Bill Gertner. “Both bring a unique skill set to our business that will benefit our customers and the Association.”
Kembel served as the Controller/CFO of Erker Grain for 26 years, and has a variety of other industry experience, as well as a degree in Accounting. She and her husband Brad, along with their two sons Eric and Tate, operate a cow/calf and irrigated farm north of Ft. Morgan.
“I’m very excited to be a part of the Premier Farm Credit team. Colorado’s ag industry is diverse, ever changing, and very challenging and I look forward to working with local farmers and ranchers who are dealing with those challenges every day,” Kembel said.
Seymour comes to PFC from First Bank and Trust in Imperial, Nebraska, where he worked as a Loan Officer. He has a background in production agriculture and a degree in Ag Business/Business Finance from the University of Wyoming. Seymour is originally from Limon and lives in Snyder.
“It is an honor to serve in such a progressive organization, led by like-minded individuals that strive for the same best interests of the American farmer. I look forward to the opportunities that the future holds for me at Premier Farm Credit,” Seymour said.
The Fort Morgan branch of Premier Farm Credit is open from 8-5, Monday through Friday. Customers are welcome to stop by, call or email anytime. As a part of the Farm Credit System established in 1916, Premier Farm Credit offers reliable and consistent credit to agriculture and rural communities, today and tomorrow. Premier Farm Credit is wholly owned by its borrowers and has aggregate loan volume of nearly $700 million.