Patricia Cornett

Patricia Cornett

Patricia Cornett, a life long resident of Harlan County, has been with Harlan Farm Bureau Insurance since 1992. She earned her CSR license in 2006.

Patricia enjoys seeing the many customers that make up the Farm Bureau Family. When not on the job, she enjoys spending time with her two grandchilden, family and friends. Both she and her husband attend church regularly and she credits her accomplishments to God, the support of her husband and her faith. Come in and see Patricia for all your insurance needs     

Life's Blueprints: A KFB Insurance Blog

Winterizing your warm weather wheels
Winterizing your warm weather wheels

One of the biggest mistakes people make when storing a vehicle for the winter is leaving the fuel gauge at its current level. Gasoline can go bad in as little as 60 days and cause damage that far exceeds the bill for a new tank of fuel.

4 things you need to know about asbestos in homes
4 things you need to know about asbestos in homes

Although the use of asbestos has been regulated by government agencies since the 1970s, it still exists in many homes across the U.S.

Trees, leaves and debris: Your gutters' worst enemies
Trees, leaves and debris: Your gutters' worst enemies

The soft leaves, pine needles, saplings and debris in your gutters are perfect home-building materials for invasive critters such as squirrels, possums, birds and cockroaches.