If you told a 13-year-old Tony Gudajtes he would be involved in banking three decades later, he would readily believe you. If you told him he would also be farming the same land he grew up on, he would quickly doubt your fortune-telling abilities.
Gudajtes had been working that land for five years at that point. He started driving a tractor at age 8 and a loaded grain truck two years later. By his early teenage years, Gudajtes had decided the farming life wasn’t for him.
“Farming lost some of its luster when I was already . . .
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