Corinne Farley

Corinne Farley

Corinne Farley is our Customer Service Manager and has been a licensed CSR since 1999. She joined the Harlan County Kentucky Farm Bureau family in 1990.

Corinne and her husband of 35 years have a daughter who is a teacher in Boone County and a son who serves as a helicopter pilot with the U.S. Army in Iraq. They are also the proud grandparents of one granddaughter who is the light of their life. When not working, she enjoys horseback riding, walking and spending time with her family. Come by and see Corinne for help with any insurance needs.

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