Ed Leisge Jr - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Important Notice

Recent storms throughout the Commonwealth have impacted a number of our policyholders and Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance is committed to handling those claims as quickly as possible. If you have property damage as a result of these recent storms and you need to report a claim, please contact your local agent, call our claims hotline at 1-866-KFB-CLAIM (1-866-532-2524), or submit your first notice of loss inside the my.kyfb.com member portal.

Ed Leisge Jr Agent

Ed Leisge (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 1993

Eddie began his service with Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance in 1993 as an agent and has felt honored to be able to provide a valuable service to the people of Harlan County.

Eddie has won several awards, including Agent of the Year in 2003. He has served as President and Vice President of the local chapter of NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors).

Eddie enjoys helping with local youth sports and has served as board member and coach in a youth baseball league and also coached youth basketball teams. He grew up in Cumberland, Kentucky, where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

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