Meet our ag lenders:
Mark Warmka— Senior Vice President
Mark has worked at Peoples State Bank since 2003, serving as lead agricultural lending officer and bank Senior Vice President. He is also a member of the Board of Directors. Mark has an extensive background in the financial services industry, possessing both investment and insurance licensing and is fully accredited as a crop insurance agent.
A life-long resident of the Easton area, Mark graduated from Delavan High School and earned a degree in Agricultural Production from the University of Minnesota-Waseca and a B.A. degree in Organizational Management from Concordia University-St. Paul. Mark has been active on several community boards including the Faribault County Economic Development Board and the United Hospital Foundation Board, as well as many years in service as a youth athletic coach.
Mark and his wife, Kate, live on and manage the home farm near Easton and Kate works as an elementary teacher in Blue Earth. Their daughter, Amanda, is a Physician Assistant at United Hospital District (UHD) in Blue Earth and daughter, Sara, a recent graduate of Wisconsin-La Crosse, began her teaching career this fall at Fairmont.
Beth Anderson— Loan Officer
Beth is proud to serve the customers in our local community where she grew up and is raising her family today. Although Beth’s primary lending focus is agricultural and commercial loans, she also enjoys working with consumer loan customers as well. Driven by a ‘customer first’ commitment, Beth will work with you to find the right fit for your loan needs and personal goals.
Raised on a farm near Walters (daughter of Donn and Mary Slette), Beth graduated from South Central high school, and then went on to earn a degree in Marketing/Communication/Sociology from Bethany Lutheran College and Minnesota State University, Mankato. Anderson is an FSA Certified Lender, and has attended Agricultural Lending and Consumer Lending schools. Outside of work, Beth serves as a Board of Directors member for both the Wells Area Chamber of Commerce and the Flame Theatre. She is also involved in various community and school activities with her children.
Beth and husband Darren live in rural Bricelyn, where Darren is a corn and soybean farmer. Anderson’s children Maya and Lauren, identical twins, age 9, and Tommy, age 7, attend school at United South Central Elementary.
Grow your farm operation with our convenient lending options:
Farm Operating Loans
Operating loans for the production of crops and livestock are available. We offer very competitive rates with service that has decades long commitment to farming. We will provide telephone or automatic advances for your convenience as well. Our loan officers will help you prepare a balance sheet, cash flow, and financial analysis on an annual basis.
Farm Equipment/Livestock Loans
We have several different options regarding the financing of machinery and breeding stock. Fixed or variable terms with low rates and sound structuring will help you fund this portion of your business. We have reasonable loan terms and will help you setup repayment schedules that fit your cash flow.
Real Estate Mortgage
Fixed or variable terms with low rates and sound structuring will help you fund this portion of your business. We have reasonable loan terms and will help you setup repayment schedules that fit your cash flow.
Other Loan Programs
For more information about our agricultural loans and to discuss your unique lending needs, contact Mark.