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Mahlich Named Vice President of Crop Insurance for GreenStone
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Ben Mahlich has been named vice president of crop insurance for GreenStone Farm Credit Services.

Mahlich Named Vice President of Crop Insurance for GreenStone


Ben Mahlich has been named vice president of crop insurance for GreenStone Farm Credit Services.

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this role, Mahlich will maintain a thorough understanding of the crop insurance products available in the marketplace, lead and serve as a resource for GreenStone’s crop insurance team of specialists and technicians, and stay up-to-date with various policy regulation changes to best assist customers.

Mahlich began his career at GreenStone as a credit analyst in 2002, and has held progressive credit, lending, and management roles with the association. Most recently, Mahlich served as regional vice president of sales and customer relations, and was responsible for leading and developing the financial services officers, crop insurance agents and financial services staff at four branches in northern Michigan.

Ben has been an integral part of the GreenStone team for more than 14 years, and during that time he has a proven history of providing exceptional leadership to our diverse and talented credit and sales staff within the organization,” said Ian McGonigal, senior vice president of regional sales. “He will be an excellent resource to our crop insurance professionals, and ensure our customers continue to receive remarkable service.”

A graduate from Michigan State University, Mahlich earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agribusiness management, and also completed the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

​An Ingham County native, Mahlich has recently relocated to Williamston with his wife, Liz, and their two children, Alayna and Gavin. Along with active participation in the Food and Farming Network, he enjoys spending time with his family, and in the outdoors.  

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​​Ben Mahlich, vice president of crop insurance with GreenStone.