GreenStone FCS Announces Three Management Appointments

Mahlich, DuBois and Pasch accept new positions.

Published on: Jan 7, 2011

GreenStone Farm Credit Services recently announced the appointment of Ben Mahlich as the Vice President of Sales and Customer Relations in its north region, Erin DuBois as the Vice President of Sales and Customer Relations for its southeast region, and Leo Pasch as Vice President of the Risk Asset Department.

Mahlich's appointment to Vice President of Sales and Customer Relations was part of GreenStone's succession plan and leadership development efforts. He joined GreenStone in 2002 as a Corporate Credit Analyst.  He later became a Capital Markets Credit Analyst, Capital Markets Loan Officer, Assistant Vice President of Capital Markets, Vice President of Rural Markets, and Director of Risk Assets.

DuBois joins GreenStone with a tremendous amount of banking experience, most recently serving as the Regional Credit Officer for Bank of America in Jackson.  DuBois also served as a Vice President of Business Banking for Bank of America and LaSalle Bank, as well as Vice President of Commercial Lending for Republic Bank.

Mahlich and DuBois will be responsible for the guidance and development of their respective sales teams.  Mahlich will oversee the Alpena, Cadillac, Mount Pleasant, and Traverse City branches, while DuBois will oversee the Adrian, Concord, Hillsdale, and Monroe branches.  Their leadership experience and financial knowledge will be fundamental as they work to ensure GreenStone customers continue to receive superior service provided by knowledgeable and dedicated staff.

Pasch accepted the role of Vice President of Risk Assets upon Mahlich's appointment. He began his career with the Farm Credit System in 1980 as a loan officer for the PCA of Alma and most recently served as the Vice President of Insurance Services at Greenstone FCS. Pasch will bring an extensive amount of farm credit knowledge to the Risk Asset Department, including previous experience negotiating workouts and collections in addition to managing the risk asset function from 1985-1999 for Farm Credit Services of Michigan's Heartland prior to its merger to form GreenStone FCS.