David Struck recently joined Town & Country Credit Union as Vice President Agriculture Lending. Originally from Fairmount, M.N., Struck earned his Business degree with a double emphasis in Management and Marketing from the University of Minnesota Crookston and his Finance degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead. Struck brings over 15 years of commercial and agriculture lending experience to his new role at Town & Country.
Struck will join a team of Town & Country lenders managing the fifth largest ag loan portfolio in the country (according to Callahan & Associates 2018 call report data). This includes ag loans for every aspect of a farm or ranch operation, such as equipment, operating lines, livestock, and for the purchase or refinance of farm real estate. His office is located at our 52nd Ave. location in Fargo.
Town & Country Credit Union has been positively impacting the communities they serve for nearly 80 years. With 10 convenient locations in North Dakota, over 150 employees and a focus on continual growth, they provide meaningful value to their more than 21,000 members every day. Membership in the credit union is open to anyone living within 75 miles of Minot and 50 miles of Fargo or Kenmare. More information can be found at www.townandcountry.org.