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McManus Joins Berrien Springs GreenStone Branch
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In his new role, he will assist agricultural customers in Berrien, Cass and Van Buren counties with financial solutions to meet the needs of their operation.



McManus Joins Berrien Springs GreenStone Branch


Jacob McManus has been named financial services officer in GreenStone Farm Credit Services’ Berrien Springs branch. He joins the branch following the promotion of Tyson Lemon to vice president in the cooperative’s Commercial Lending Unit.
 
In McManus’ new role, he will assist agricultural customers in Berrien, Cass and Van Buren counties with financial solutions to meet the needs of their operation with products such as real estate, equipment and operating loans, and lease financing.
 
“We are excited for Jacob to join our team in Berrien Springs,” said GreenStone’s Tim McTigue, regional vice president of sales and customer relations. “His experience with GreenStone, as well as his knowledge of raising specialty crops, makes him uniquely qualified for this position.”
 
McManus has been with GreenStone since January, working as a credit analyst in the Grand Rapids branch. Before joining the GreenStone team, he worked with a consulting firm performing financial analysis and family business planning for agriculture operations.
 
A Traverse City, Michigan native, McManus worked on his family’s 200 acre sweet and tart cherry operation before attending Michigan State University (MSU) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting. Additionally, he later earned a master’s degree in agricultural food and resource economics from MSU.
 
McManus and his wife, Ellen, will be relocating to the Berrien Springs area in the near future. The couple welcomed their first daughter, Annabelle, in mid-September.
 

​Jacob McManus, financial services officer with GreenStone's Berrien Springs branch.