shouse 300LOUISVILLE, KY (11/5/13) – Greg Shouse has been appointed as the new agency manager with Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Insurance at Webster County Farm Bureau. Shouse’s appointment was announced in Louisville by Chuck Osborne, Vice President of Agency Support & Marketing for KFB Insurance.

Shouse, a native of Webster County, attended the University of Kentucky and Mid-America College of Funeral Service. Prior to joining KFB Insurance, Shouse was a funeral director and embalmer. He and his wife have two daughters.

In his new position, Shouse will be calling on the residents of Webster County to offer a wide variety of insurance coverage through KFB Insurance. He will also manage the daily operations of the agents and staff at Webster County Farm Bureau located at 1450 US Highway 41 A S, Dixon, KY, 42409, and can be reached by phone at 639-5033.

Shouse joins a well-established network of approximately 400 Kentucky Farm Bureau agents statewide. The company, founded in 1944, has offices in all of the commonwealth's 120 counties. Farm Bureau markets a wide variety of insurance lines, from homeowner’s and automobile coverage to life and health insurance and retirement planning.

The insurance services are affiliated with Webster County Farm Bureau, one of the largest membership organizations in the county. Farm Bureau members have access to a variety of membership services, including discount buying programs, college scholarships, farm marketing, and leadership development activities.

To learn more about Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, visit kyfb.com.

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