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Cape Fear Farm Credit Welcomes New Team Members

Cape Fear Farm Credit welcomes a new team member to serve agriculture and their customers within Southeastern North Carolina. To learn more about careers at Cape Fear Farm Credit, visit our careers page.

Jonathan Juhl

A native of Whiteville, NC, Jonathan Juhl joins the Elizabethtown branch office as a loan officer where he is excited to have the “opportunity to give back to the rural and farming communities.” Previously, Jonathan has worked for another company as a Financial Advisor and served in the US Navy as an Engineman. As a Loan Officer, he hopes to “be able to guide, face-to-face, customers through any present or future needs they have.” Jonathan recently celebrated his first wedding anniversary with wife, Brianna. He enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, and is an active member of the Whiteville community. He has served as a volunteer fireman for Brunswick VFD since 2009.

Mark Sessions

Filled with enthusiasm and experience, Mark Sessions joins the Cape Fear Farm Credit team as an Appraiser. Coming from a mostly residential appraisal background centered in Robeson County for the past 30 years, Mark is excited to experience a more agriculture side of the industry. He is eager to learn the ins and outs of appraising various farming operations. He says that he is also looking forward to working with “a group of people I have heard great things about as well as an Association that serves a great need in SENC.” Mark grew up and currently lives in the Lumberton area with his wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Harper. He loves both golfing and hunting!

Abbi Biddix

Eager to connect further with folks in the community is our newest Loan Officer at the Burgaw branch—Abbi Biddix. Abbi grew up and currently lives in Burgaw with her husband, Andrew and black lab, Zeb, where they enjoy playing tennis, hunting and fishing. She graduated from the University of Wilmington with a BS in Business Administration and worked as a Business Analyst at a local Bank before coming to CFFC. Growing up helping her grandfather in the hay field, she knows and appreciates the hard work that farmers put in each day and is looking forward to working hard to serve families in the area and help them achieve their goals.

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