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Dan Johnson Joins The First United Bank / First United Insurance Ag Team

First United Bank has hired Dan Johnson as a vice president and ag lender. He will also work for First United Insurance as a crop insurance agent. Johnson has more than 15 years of experience dealing with ag banking and crop insurance in the Red ...

First United Bank has hired Dan Johnson as a vice president and ag lender. He will also work for First United Insurance as a crop insurance agent. Johnson has more than 15 years of experience dealing with ag banking and crop insurance in the Red River Valley. He will work mainly out of First United Bank's Hoople and Grafton, North Dakota, offices.

A longtime resident of the local area, Johnson is active in the community as a member of the Valley-Edinburg School Board and Grafton Vocational Center Board. He is also a past chairman of the North

Dakota Bankers Ag Committee. Johnson has an agricultural economics

degree from North Dakota State University.

"We are thrilled to have Dan join our ag team," says Steve Rehovsky, president of First United Bank. "He's been helping the local farm community for more than a decade and has worked through a lot of the ups and downs of the ag industry firsthand. His experience and practical approach will be of great value to our customers."

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"Dan has a tremendous amount of experience in crop insurance," says Larry Houser, president of First United Insurance. "We are glad to have him on board and excited to be able to offer his expertise to our customers."

First United Bank has locations in Park River, Adams, Michigan, Grafton, Hoople and Crystal, ND. First United Insurance has locations in Park River, Adams, Grafton and Hoople, ND.

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