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CFFC Announces new team members serving Southeastern N.C.

Cape Fear Farm Credit is pleased to announce new team members that will serve our customers within Southeastern North Carolina. For more information about career opportunities, visit https://www.capefearfc.com/careers

Mary Beth Faircloth
Mary Beth Faircloth joined our Cape Fear Farm Credit team on May 1st as an experienced accountant, with previous accountant positions at Sampson Bladen Oil Co. and Campbell University. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Accounting from the University of Mount Olive and Liberty University respectively. Mary Beth is excited to build relationships with CFFC customers and says, “I feel as though working at CFFC offers me the opportunity to serve a great purpose.” Mary Beth also says that by being a part of CFFC, she is able to have a larger platform to “Agvocate” for agriculture and farm families everywhere. She lives with her husband, Will, on small farm near Spivey’s corner with their daughter, Jentry (6) and son, Naylor (4). In addition to tending the family’s 30 acres, Will also helps tend his father’s 4 broiler houses. When not working or spending time on the farm, Mary Beth enjoys baking and even has her own sugar cookie business, Scripted Leisure.

 

Missy Sessoms
Missy Sessoms also joined our Cape Fear Farm Credit team on May 1stas a Loan Assistant in the Lumberton Office. Missy was previously employed at Cape Fear Valley Health System for 18 years in the finance department. Missy graduated from Lakewood High School and has an associate’s degree in Applied Science from Fayetteville Technical Community College.  Missy currently lives in Eastover and has two daughters, Brittany and Alicia and a granddaughter, Haisley Grace. Missy attends Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Stedman. She enjoys reading, antique shopping, traveling to the mountains, Alabama football, Nascar, and making memories with family and her fiancé, Chris Donahue.

 

Ethan Stanley
Ethan Stanley wanted the opportunity to service the agricultural producers in the surrounding counties that he calls home, and so is excited to be joining Cape Fear Farm Credit as a loan officer. Ethan graduated from NC State University with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business Management. He previously worked as a credit analyst for ArborOne Farm Credit for the past 4 years. Ethan’s grandfather, in addition to being a carpenter, grew tobacco and raised poultry in Bladen County. With those roots, Ethan has a passion for agriculture and says that he “looks forward to helping our farmers and rural residents become more successful.” In his spare time, Ethan can be found enjoying the outdoors and is an avid waterfowler.

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