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Farm Credit announces hirings

Farm Credit announces hirings

Posted: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 8:00 pm

Farm Credit Mid-America in Dresden recently announced three new hirings.
Jon Quinn has been named an agri-consumer financial services officer.
He will service loans and financially related services for the $19 billion financial lending cooperative serving over 96,500 farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. His territory includes the Lake, Obion, Weakley, Carroll, Henry, and Benton areas.
He holds an animal science business degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Quinn is the oldest son of Dan and Kathleen Quinn of Oak Ridge. He enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time. He is in the process of starting his own cow-calf operation in Gleason.
Quinn is a member of the Tennessee Farm Bureau and Weakley County Young Farmers & Ranchers.
Amanda Craig has been named a financial support specialist.
Mrs. Craig will service loans and financially related services for the farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Her territory includes the Henry, Weakley, Lake, Obion, Benton and Carroll areas.
She interned with Farm Credit Mid-America in the Elizabethtown, Ky., office. While interning she won the marketing award while competing with fellow Farm Credit Mid-America  interns. Mrs. Craig is a 2011 graduate from Murray State University with a bachelor’s degree in animal science.
She is originally from Shepherdsville, Ky., but resides in Puryear with her husband, Bryan Craig.
She is a member of the Henry County Young Farmers. She enjoys horseback riding and spending time with her two Australian Shepherds.
Jason Dotson has been named a financial services officer.
He will service loans and financially related services for the farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. His territory includes the Henry, Benton and Weakley areas. He holds a bachelor of science degree in agriculture from Murray State University.
Dotson, his wife Angie and their daughter, Emma Grace, reside in the Mansfield community of Henry County. He has been in the lending field for eight years and was most recently employed with River Valley AgCredit.

Published in The Messenger 1.8.13

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