Farm Credit of the Virginias (FCV), a regional financial cooperative serving agriculture and rural communities in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland, has announced that Lynne Pollock out of the Roanoke branch office retired on March 31 after 20 years with the organization.
Pollock joined FCV in 2001 as a loan officer and remained in that role for the duration of her career. Her previous background in lending in Arizona, North Carolina and Virginia helped prepare her for the wide array of responsibilities she came to know in her role with FCV.
Over the years, Pollock helped countless Farm Credit customer-owners in the Roanoke area realize their dream of owning a home or piece of land, which she says has been the highlight working for FCV.
Pollock was no stranger to success during her tenure at FCV. She received several top producing awards as well as Circle of Excellence awards over the years. However, she says what she is most proud of is helping her customers.
While she experienced quite a bit of change over the years, she hopes that Farm Credit will continue to be seen and known for the local relationships the team proudly establishes with their customers as well as the community.
Pollock is looking forward to doing a bit of traveling with her husband, spending a lot of time with her six grandchildren and riding her two horses.