Pete Cornett Jr - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Pete Cornett Jr | Agent

Pete Cornett (Agent)

Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agent in Harlan, KY

KFB agent since 2001

Pete is your local Harlan County Farm Bureau insurance agent!

Kentucky Farm Bureau has provided residents of the Bluegrass with quality insurance since 1943. As your local agent, I’m proud to serve the Harlan County community and take care of all your insurance needs with prompt service and personal attention. That’s what being Kentucky’s insurance company is all about. We offer home insurance, auto insurance, life insurance and more. Contact me today for a free quote!

Since 2001, Pete Cornett, Jr., has had the privilege of being an insurance agent in the county he was born and raised. Cornett attended Cumberland High School and went on to attend Lindsey Wilson College. After graduation, he returned to Harlan County and promptly began his career as an agent. Through the years, Cornett has enjoyed meeting the folks of Harlan County and serving their insurance needs. He continues to be an avid golfer after serving as president of the Harlan Country Club, as well as the tournament chair for several years. He is currently a chairperson for the Harlan County Economic Development Authority, where he strives to see growth and development for the mountain community. He is also a deacon of the Harlan Christian Church. Cornett, his wife, and their three children currently reside in Loyall. He looks forward to continuing to meet your insurance needs.

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