Crosby bank announces new consumer lender
The Bank of Tioga, a community bank located in Tioga and Crosby has announced Krista Verlinde as consumer relationship manager. Verlinde will office out of the Crosby location at 11 Central Ave. E.
Verlinde brings over four years of banking knowledge along with six years lending experience to The Bank of Tioga. She specializes in consumer lending, both secured and unsecured along with establishing lines of credit. Most recently, Verlinde worked at the USDA Service Agency, creating and servicing all commodity loans for Divide County agricultural producers, also working to service various government programs, including CRP, livestock disaster programs, ARC/PLC, etc.
Verlinde has a bachelor of science degree in economics and business administrative from North Dakota State University in Fargo.
“We are excited to add Krista to our talented team of lenders,” said bank President David Grubb. “She brings a wealth of valuable experience and knowledge to our bank and is already making an impact.”
As part of her role as consumer relationship manager, she is able to assist clients with financing their new purchases, including everything from unexpected expenses to vehicle purchases and beyond.
Verlinde lives on a family farm near Noonan.
Additionally, she is an active board member of the Divide County School Board, the Divide County Library Board and most recently, joined the Job Development Authority Board.
In addition to personal lending, she has been training on the processing of real estate loans, working to obtain her NMLS license this summer. The Bank of Tioga is a community bank that has the capability to service not only real estate loans, various types of lending, in-house.