First State Bank recently announced the addition of Ken Seubert to its agricultural lending team. Working out of the bank’s Withee and Greenwood offices, Seubert will assist farms and other agri-businesses in the bank’s west central Wisconsin market area with their borrowing and other financial needs.
Seubert was a successful dairy producer in Marshfield for 28 years before becoming a lender in 2005. Over the last 15 years he has been an agricultural lender with banks in western Wisconsin and most recently was with Heritage Bank in Willmar, Minn.
“Ken’s first-hand farming knowledge along with 15 years of ag lending experience will benefit our customers as he understands what producers are going through and can customize financial solutions for their operations,” commented Jeff Whitrock, executive vice president.
Originally from Marshfield, Seubert and his wife, Tami, currently live in Altoona. In his spare time, he is an avid biker.