Tina Goodlett Agent
KFB Insurance Agent Since 2007
Tina is your local Kentucky Farm Bureau Agent and a resident of Oldham County. She has been an agent in the Crestwood Agency of Oldham County since 2007. Throughout this time, she has earned numerous awards, which include Agent of the Year in District 3 two years in a row (2008 and 2009). She was also selected as Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Sophomore Agent of the year in 2009. Tina was recognized as a member of Kentucky Farm Bureau’s President’s Club in 2009 and also recognized by Southern Farm Bureau for outstanding accomplishments in 2008, 2009 and 2010. She and her husband are both proud supporters of South Oldham High School. Her children attended/attend South Oldham High, South Oldham Middle School and East Oldham Middle School where Tina was, and still is, actively involved. Tina’s husband, Todd, is a football coach at South Oldham High School and both are volunteers at Southeast Christian Church in Crestwood.
Other community involvements include: YMCA volunteer coach, South Oldham Lion’s Club, blood donor, and much more. Tina puts her clients first. As an insurance professional, she strives to be reliable and accessible for help with all of your insurance needs. It is her ultimate goal to provide you with peace of mind. Give Tina a call today to take advantage of having a committed agent right here in your community!
How can Tina Goodlett help you today?
Life's Blueprints: A KFB Insurance Blog
- 9 tips for avoiding a deer collision this fall
Each year, the native white-tailed deer species is the cause of 150 human deaths and 1.5 million vehicle collisions nationally, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
- A parent's guide to car and booster seats
Parents and caregivers have the ability to make lifesaving differences when buckling young ones in for a trip.
- Why is catalytic converter theft skyrocketing, and what can you do about it?
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), catalytic converter thefts have seen a significant increase across the country since March of 2020, the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic.