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McManus Transitions to GreenStone’s Traverse City Branch
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Jacob McManus has transitioned to GreenStone Farm Credit Services’ Traverse City branch as the location’s financial services officer.

McManus Transitions to GreenStone’s Traverse City Branch


Jacob McManus has transitioned to GreenStone Farm Credit Services’ Traverse City branch as the location’s financial services officer. He joins the branch following the recent promotion of Travis Bratschi to vice president in the cooperative’s commercial lending unit. 

In this role, McManus will assist agricultural customers in Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Crawford, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Leelanau, Manistee and Otsego Counties with their lending needs by offering financial solutions such as real estate, equipment and operating loans, and lease financing.

McManus originally joined GreenStone’s Grand Rapids location in 2013 as a credit analyst. A year later, he was named financial services officer with the Berrien Springs office, also focusing on the agricultural market segment.  

“We are excited to welcome Jacob back to his hometown and to our Traverse City team,” said Luke Bakker, regional vice president of sales and customer relations. “His experience with GreenStone, as well as his deep familiarity and knowledge of the area’s specialty crops, makes him uniquely qualified for this position.”

A Traverse City native, McManus worked on his family’s sweet and tart cherry operation before attending Michigan State University (MSU) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting. Later, he obtained a Master of Science degree in agricultural food and resource economics from MSU. McManus recently relocated to the Traverse City area with his wife, Ellen, and their three children. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends.​
​Jacob McManus, financial services officer with GreenStone Farm Credit Services.