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Nick Noe Agent

Nick Noe (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 2008

Nick Noe began his service with Farm Bureau in 2008 as an agent in Harlan County.  Though he is fairly new to Farm Bureau, he has been in the insurance business for 24 years. Noe has received numerous professional awards during his career with the companies he has represented. He prides himself in taking care of his clients and providing them with excellent customer service.

Nick was born and raised in Harlan and loves the county and is involved in his community. Nick pastors a church in Harlan and is involved with Harlan County Alliance, which is trying to get the churches to come together to help the people of Harlan County. Nick is married and  has three children and one grandchild.

How can Nick Noe help you today?

Life's Blueprints: A KFB Insurance Blog

Are you prepared for spring storm season?
Are you prepared for spring storm season?

The highest risk of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in Kentucky typically occurs from March to June.    

When and where can I fly my drone?
When and where can I fly my drone?

As more and more people pluck drones off retail store shelves for both personal and business use, these little sci-fi-like flying machines are becoming an increasingly common sight in Kentucky’s skies.

Rainy day driving tips
Rainy day driving tips

A study on fatal crashes that occurred over a five-year span found that rain actually caused more driving fatalities than snow in 39 of the 50 states.