Stephanie Sutter Agent

Stephanie Sutter (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 2007

Having been a satisfied customer since she was 16, it was no surprise that Stephanie Sutter decided to become an agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau. Her extensive insurance knowledge and love for helping clients has won her several awards and recognition. She has received NAIFA Quality Award for Multi-Lines, Been voted N.KY’s #1 insurance agent and countless company awards. She is also very involved in the community activities such as the PTA, Teen driving safety and numerous community outreach programs. She also serves on the board of Rob’s Kids, Inc. A locally started charity that gives support to children suffering from depression and PTSD. Her outgoing, positive attitude has helped her to quickly become an integral member of the Boone County Farm Bureau team.

Born and raised in Florence, Stephanie has been a lifelong resident of Boone County. She has been with the Farm Bureau office in Burlington for 11 yrs. This hometown gal is also an avid art lover and in her spare time enjoys creating jewelry and other objects with clay, glass and metal. But this devoted mom says, by far, her greatest creation is her son.

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