Sep 15, 2016
Hurley joins GreenStone’s commercial lending unit

Kyle Hurley has joined GreenStone Farm Credit Services as a vice president of commercial lending. In this role, he will specialize in assisting large cash crop, fruit, vegetable, and swine producers with their lending and financial service’s needs.

Kyle Hurley. Photo: GreenStone
Kyle Hurley. Photo: GreenStone

While Hurley is new to GreenStone, he brings more than 12 years of agricultural lending experience to the association. He previously worked as a senior credit products underwriter, and most recently as a principal agriculture industry specialist where he was responsible for managing production agriculture and business accounts.

Hurley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural economics from Purdue University, and later obtained a Master of Business Administration from the Krannert School of Management at the same institution. In addition, he was also involved in the management of his family’s large hog operation. Today, Hurley currently resides in Niles, Michigan, with his wife, Kori, and their four daughters. Outside of the office, he enjoys coaching youth sports and serves as a youth leader at his local church.

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