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Rhodes Joins Farm Credit as Credit Analyst

Farm Credit of the Virginias (FCV) announced that Emily Rhodes joined the Association as a Credit Analyst earlier this year. Rhodes comes to FCV with over nine years of experience in the banking industry.

Originally from Bridgewater, VA Rhodes currently resides in Harrisonburg. She graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. 

Rhodes previously spent nine years working at F&M Bank where she started as a teller. She then went on to become a credit analyst/accounting specialist and then eventually a full time credit analyst.  

Regarding her new role, Rhodes says, “I’m excited to bring my positive attitude, willingness to take on new tasks, and the desire to continuously learn new things to the team.”

In her spare time, Rhodes enjoys lifting weights, reading and spending time with family, friends and her two dogs. 

JT Anderson, Credit Manager says, “I’m very excited to have Emily join the FCV team!  Her experience, skillset, and positive attitude are great assets for the credit department.  I look forward to working with her in the coming years and seeing her talents add value to our customer experiences.”

About Farm Credit of the Virginias 
Farm Credit of the Virginias provides over $1.8 billion dollars in financing to more than 11,000 farmers, agribusinesses and rural homeowners throughout Virginia, West Virginia and western Maryland. Farm Credit is a cooperative capitalized largely through investments made by farmers, ranchers and the rural homeowners and businesses that borrow from them. In fact, as part of a nationwide network they are the largest single provider of agricultural credit in the United States and have been for over 100 years.  Farm Credit helps maintain and improve the quality of life in rural America and on the farm through its constant commitment to competitive lending, expert financial services and for facilitating and sharing knowledge and resources through the Farm Credit Knowledge Center. For more information, visit

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