Tag Archives: Southwest Georgia Farm Credit

Montgomery awarded SWGA Farm Credit Scholarship

PRESS RELEASE May 9, 2017 Montgomery awarded SWGA Farm Credit Scholarship On Tuesday, May 9, 2017, SWGA Farm Credit in coordination with the Bainbridge State College Foundation presented Everett Montgomery of Thomasville with the SWGA Farm Credit Scholastic Achievement in Agribusiness Scholarship. Montgomery is a Thomasville High School graduate and a freshman at Bainbridge State College where he… Read More »

PRESS RELEASE: Harrison Joins Southwest Georgia Farm Credit Board of Directors

PRESS RELEASE Harrison Joins Southwest Georgia Farm Credit Board of Directors                 BAINBRIDGE – George Thomas (Tom) Harrison has joined the Board of Directors of Southwest Georgia Farm Credit.  Mr. Harrison, a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner, fills the seat previously occupied by Mr. Robert Moss, who served the Association in that capacity for 23 years.… Read More »

Updating Your Personal Balance Sheet Should be an Annual Ritual

PRESS RELEASE Updating Your Personal Balance Sheet Should Be Important Annual Ritual   BAINBRIDGE – Richard Horn, Chief Credit Officer at Southwest Georgia Farm Credit, has been updating his personal balance sheet for more than 30 years. He says it’s allowed him and his wife to understand how to better manage their money. And, Horn says, you don’t… Read More »

PRESS RELEASE: Poitevint Named COO of SWGA Farm Credit

PRESS RELEASE   Poitevint Named Chief Operating Officer BAINBRIDGE – Southwest Georgia Farm Credit announced today that Paxton W. Poitevint has been named Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Poitevint, who joined the Association in 2005, most recently served as Chief Relationship Manager and was responsible for the Association’s business development efforts. In his new role, Mr. Poitevint will manage… Read More »

Southwest Georgia Farm Credit to Award Scholarships

PRESS RELEASE Southwest Georgia Farm Credit Scholarships for Area High School Seniors   BAINBRIDGE, Ga. – For the seventh consecutive year, Southwest Georgia Farm Credit will provide $4,000 in scholarship money to deserving high school seniors who live in the Association’s 21-county territory. Four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to those attending college to pursue a degree in… Read More »