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Knoerr Joins GreenStone’s Bay City Branch
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In his new role, Knoerr will assist agricultural customers in Arenac, Gladwin, Iosco, Midland, Roscommon and Saginaw counties, with financial solutions to meet the needs of their operation with products such as real estate, equipment and operating loans, and lease financing.



Knoerr Joins GreenStone’s Bay City Branch as Financial Services Officer


Kim Knoerr was recently appointed as a financial services officer for GreenStone Farm Credit Services and will be based out of the organization’s Bay City, Michigan branch. In his new role, Knoerr will assist agricultural customers in Arenac, Gladwin, Iosco, Midland, Roscommon and Saginaw counties, with financial solutions to meet the needs of their operation with products such as real estate, equipment and operating loans, and lease financing. Knoerr comes to Bay City following Kevin Bock, who was recently promoted to vice president in GreenStone’s Commercial Lending Unit.

“Kim has been a very productive member of the GreenStone team in Caro and Bad Axe, Michigan for several years and I know he will continue to thrive in Bay City,” said Randy Stec, senior vice president of sales and customer relations. “Kim brings a great mix of education and experience in the field to his new role, and will be a great asset for GreenStone customers.”

Knoerr joined GreenStone in 2009 as a financial services officer in GreenStone’s Caro and Bad Axe offices where he assisted customers with vacant land, construction and home site loans. Prior to joining GreenStone, Knoerr worked as a lab technician at Dow Chemical.

Knoerr earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Saginaw Valley State University and also a master of business administration degree from Northwood University in Switzerland where he studied at the Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management.
Knoerr grew up on a cash crop farm in Freeland, Michigan, where his family produced corn, dry beans, soybeans and wheat. In his spare time, Knoerr enjoys being outdoors and playing golf.