GreenStone Farm Credit Services' commitment to agriculture remains strong in northeast Wisconsin. The sixth largest association in the Farm Credit System has opened a new branch office in Little Chute. The new office is located at 340 Patriot Drive, and is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
"The Little Chute GreenStone location allows us to combine the staff members formerly in the Appleton and De Pere branch offices under one roof to better serve the needs of our customers," said Carl Treml, regional vice president of sales and customer relations. "With a complete team of experts in this new facility we are able to meet the lending and financial services needs of all of our customers, while providing them with exceptional service and added convenience."
More than 30 employees work from the Little Chute branch. The full-service location will feature experts in agricultural lending, crop insurance and tax and accounting services, as well as country home financing, vacant land and recreational land loans. The office features more than 18,000 square feet, and can easily accommodate future expansion as business needs change.
Along with Little Chute, GreenStone has four other branch offices to serve the needs of customers throughout Wisconsin. Other locations include: Clintonville, Coleman, Manitowoc and Sturgeon Bay.
In addition to local subcontractors, architectural firm Landry Cekauskas designed the building, while the Wieland-Davco Corporation served as the general contractor on the project. Both companies were also involved in the design and construction of GreenStone's Coleman branch and corporate headquarters in East Lansing, Mich.
GreenStone Farm Credit Services, based in East Lansing, Mich, is Michigan and northeast Wisconsin's largest agricultural lender and the country's sixth largest association in the Farm Credit System. A member-owned cooperative, GreenStone owns and manages approximately $6.5 billion in assets and serves more than 23,000 members with 36 branch locations in Michigan and northeast Wisconsin.
Source: Greenstone Farm Credit Services