Greg Beavin - Kentucky Farm Bureau

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Recent storms throughout the Commonwealth have impacted a number of our policyholders and Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance is committed to handling those claims as quickly as possible. If you have property damage as a result of these recent storms and you need to report a claim, please contact your local agent, call our claims hotline at 1-866-KFB-CLAIM (1-866-532-2524), or submit your first notice of loss inside the my.kyfb.com member portal.

Greg Beavin Agency Manager

Greg Beavin (Agency Manager)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 1974 · CLU

Greg Beavin has been a Kentucky Farm Bureau insurance agent for more than three decades, and it’s something he takes great pride in. Being a KFB agent gives him the opportunity to offer his clients quality financial products, and because he lives and works in the same community as them he can be there almost immediately if a crisis occurs. And he is. Ask any of his satisfied clients. Greg doesn’t just live in Meade County; he is an active member of the community. 

He’s on the School Board, the local Chamber of Commerce, and he coached football, basketball and little league baseball for more than 20 years. His commitment to his community, his clients, his church and his family are a testament to the type of agent Kentucky Farm Bureau attracts.

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