Natalie Mudd Agency Manager
KFB Insurance Agent Since 2013 · CASL · ChFC · CLU
Natalie Mudd has over 18 years of experience in the insurance field. She has attained her CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter), ChFC (Chartered Financial Consultant), and CASL (Chartered Advisor for Senior Living) designations from the American College. With her knowledge and experience as a Personal Lines Underwriter and Senior Field Claim Representative, she can help select the policies and coverages that best meet your needs.
Natalie is a graduate of Tennessee Technological University and has worked and lived in wonderful Shelby County for 17 years. She has served the local community in the following roles:
-President of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce
-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Board Member of the Shelbyville Kiwanis Club
-Co-Chair of the longest running Farm-City Banquet in the United States
-Board Member of the Shelby County Parks Foundation
-Board Member of Operation Care
-President of her Leadership Shelby class
-Board Member of the Shelby County Community Theatre
-Member Beyond Business BNI (Business Networking International)
-Executive Board Member of Agribusiness Industry Network
Natalie and her husband, Marcy, are active members in Shelby Christian Church. Together, they have a creative young son, Michael, who keeps them on their toes.
Natalie would like to show you the same passion and care that she does for her current clients, community, and family. Please call or email for a quote today!
How can Natalie Mudd help you today?
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