Congratulations, Glen Jordan! - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Congratulations, Glen Jordan!

 

Glen received the Kentucky Farm Bureau Agent of the Year Award for the entire company. What an honor! We are so proud of you. 


Glen was surprised by the award and by the appearance of his daughter Sabriana, and grandchildren Alli, Carter, and Noah. One of the many things Glen was praised for was reading the entire Word of God through 17 times. Glen is most thankful that he and his wife, Edwina, have a legacy of a Bible-believing, Christ-honoring daughter, son in law, and grandchildren.
Way to go, Glen!

 

Glen Jordan receiving his award with his family
Glen Jordan with his family

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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