Longtime Branch Manager to Retire July 1
June 3, 2019
COLEMAN, Texas — Scott Ogden, vice president and branch manager of Central Texas Farm Credit’s Coleman office, will retire on July 1 after 34 years of Farm Credit service.
Ogden began his career with the Production Credit Association (PCA) of El Campo as a field loan representative in 1987. Later, he moved to Coleman as branch manager of the Coleman PCA field office. In 1988, he transferred to the Federal Land Bank of Coleman and served in that capacity until 1997, when the FLBAs of Brownwood, Coleman, Haskell and San Angelo merged to become the FLBA of Texas. Later, the organization evolved into what is now Central Texas Farm Credit.
“Scott has seen our association through a lot of change and growth,” said Central Texas Farm Credit Chief Credit Officer Travis McKinney. “He has been a valuable team member and everyone who has worked with him as a customer or a colleague has benefitted from his expertise.”
Customers and friends are invited to attend a retirement party for Ogden on Thurs., June 27, from 1-4 p.m. at the Coleman branch office, located at 215 West Elm.
Central Texas Farm Credit finances farmland and ranchland, agribusiness operations, rural homes and recreational property in its 20-county area. A member of the Farm Credit System, it is headquartered in Early and has branch offices in Brady, Early, Coleman, Comanche, Haskell, San Angelo and San Saba.