Pete Cornett Jr Agent

Pete Cornett (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 2001

How many people can say they found their job while performing their greatest passion in life: golf?  After graduating from Lindsey Wilson College on a golf scholarship, Pete Cornett, Jr. had decided not to come back to the place where he was born and reared: Harlan County. Yet fate played a different role that day on the course when he was asked if he would be interested in applying with KFB.

An agent for seven years now, and the recipient of the 2004 District Agent of the Year Award, Pete enjoys being able to serve and aid those with whom he has grown up with his entire life.  Married to a hometown girl and father of three beautiful children, he takes satisfaction in what he can bring to others as a member of the KFB family: reliability, dependability, trustworthy, and the personal desire to serve his clients in the utmost respectable way.

How can Pete Cornett Jr help you today?

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What is a home inventory and why do you need one?

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Steps for sharing the road with farm equipment

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