Swecker Returns to MidAtlantic Farm Credit as VP, Loan Operations Manager
JUL 29, 2020 - 7:21 am
MidAtlantic Farm Credit hired Karen Swecker as senior vice president and loan operations manager. She will be based in the association’s Winchester, VA, office.
“We are excited to have Karen back at MidAtlantic to lead our loan operations team,” Tom Truitt, CEO of MidAtlantic Farm Credit, said. “Her 15 years of experience with Farm Credit and her industry expertise will serve our association and members well, through both the good times and the bad.”
In her role as a loan operations manager, Swecker will be leading all team functions related to loan originations and servicing, including underwriting, credit administration, documentation, quality control, booking of loans, funding, and ongoing account set-up and maintenance.
“Farm Credit is a special place with special people — both staff and customers,” Swecker said. “I hope to leverage a strong team, relationships and passion for agriculture to enhance existing and support new business solutions for our members. We live in a new world, with an increased need to be flexible in delivery of products and services. It’s our goal to exceed our members’ expectations in their interactions with Farm Credit.”
Swecker worked in sales and management at MidAtlantic Farm Credit from 2005 to 2017, and worked as a relationship manager at AgFirst Farm Credit Bank from 2017 to 2020.
MidAtlantic Farm Credit is an agricultural lending cooperative owned by its members/borrowers.
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