Southwest Georgia Farm Credit Honors Board of Directors

Published 10:09 am Wednesday, February 2, 2022

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Southwest Georgia Farm Credit honored two members of the Board of Directors who will be retiring from service to the Board in 2022, at its recent Board meeting. Mr. Kimbley D. Rentz, Chairman, and Mr. Robert L. Holden, Sr., will not seek re-election when their terms end in 2022. The Board presented each with a Resolution, thanking them for their service to the members and staff of the Association.

“Mr. Rentz and Mr. Holden have served this Association with honor and integrity,” said Paxton Poitevint, CEO, Southwest Georgia Farm Credit. “Their passion for agriculture and for our rural communities helped lead our organization through the good times and the challenging times. They have served our members faithfully and have provided leadership and counsel to our management team.”

Mr. Rentz joined the Board of Directors in 2013. He has been a farmer for nearly five decades. Mr. Holden joined the Board in 1987, later serving on the AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Board of Directors from 1995 to 2010. Mr. Holden served as AgFirst’s Vice Chairman in 1997 and Board Chairman in 1998. Like Mr. Rentz, Mr. Holden has farmed for about 50 years.

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The 2022 Annual Stockholders’ Meeting will take place on February 22 at The Bindery at Oakland in Leesburg. The election of directors will follow via mail ballot. Stockholders of the Association will receive detailed information about the Annual Stockholders’ Meeting via USPS.