Goodman and Shaff join Farm Credit Mid-America
Bowling Green, KY – Jason Goodman has been named Financial Services Officer for Farm Credit Mid-America, along with Amanda Shaff who has been named Financial Services Specialist in Bowling Green, KY.
Goodman and Shaff will service loans and financially related services for a $19 billion financial lending cooperative serving over 96,500 farmer-producers, agribusinesses and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Their territory includes the Butler/Simpson/Allen/Edmonson/Warren county areas. Goodman grew up in rural Simpson County, holds a Finance degree from UK and has worked in the financial industry for 15 years. Shaff holds an Agribusiness degree from WKU and is a long time member of the Cattlemen’s Association, 4-H Council Board member, and has worked in finance for 13 years.
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