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Starion promotes Kirchoffner, Pfaff

Starion Financial credit employees Lindsay Kirchoffner and John Pfaff have been promoted. Both are located at the bank’s branch on North 4th Street in Bismarck.

Lindsay Kirchoffner has been promoted from administrative assistant to credit analyst I. She joined Starion in April 2013 and has administrative and customer service experience in banking and with the federal government. As credit analyst, Kirchoffner provides credit analysis for commercial and agricultural lending activities, and information in assessing creditworthiness of prospective borrowers. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and graphic design from the University of North Dakota – Grand Forks and a master’s degree in human resources management from the University of Mary.

John Pfaff has been promoted to credit analyst II. In this position, he is responsible for providing credit analysis for commercial/agricultural lending activities, assisting in the administration of commercial/agricultural borrowing accounts, performing periodic review and analysis of existing credit lines and new credit requests, and compiling and analyzing data for special projects. Pfaff joined Starion Financial in March 2013, bringing banking experience as an ag lender and branch manager. He has a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business and marketing from Dickinson State University.

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