First, we hope you and your family are safe! As the rain continues to fall and waters rise, please continue to take extreme caution. Due to these conditions in much of our territory, all Cape Fear Farm Credit branches will remain closed Monday, September 17.
Although our physical branches will be closed on Monday, we have over 80 team members dedicated to serve our customer-owners as we overcome storm damage. As you assess any storm damages, I encourage you to keep your loan officer abreast of the impact.
Due to storm damage, there is an uncertainty of cell service in some parts of our territory. Therefore, at this time, email or text communication with your loan officer may be the quickest route of communication. Additionally, further closings will be communicated via email, capefearfc.com and on our social media platforms, Facebook and Instagram.
"As we continue to pray for our customer-owners and the many farmers that endured storm damage, know that our commitment to you and to agriculture remains."
In the coming days and weeks, our Loan Officers will be reaching out to the communities we serve and our customer-owners to check on your safety and operation(s).
Brad Cornelius, CEO
Picture is of Hurricane Florence flooding in Sampson County. Photo courtesy of The Sampson Independent, photo taken by Mark McNeil.