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Ferenc Vegh Jr Agent

Ferenc Vegh (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 2000

Ferenc has been an agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance in Shelby County since 2000. During this time, he has won numerous awards, including a first year agent award in 2000 and four casualty production awards. His community involvement includes eight years with the Shelby County Fair Board and Kiwanis Club of Shelbyville.

Ferenc holds degrees in music from the University of Louisville and Yale, and was a member of the U.S.Marine Band from 1981-1985. He has previously served as the Director of Bands for Shelby County High School. While serving in this position, his band played for two U.S.Presidents, one U.S.Senate Majority Leader, two Kentucky Governors and earned superior ratings at the Kentucky Music Educators Association Band Festival each year he was the director. He resides on a 400-acre farm.

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Do you have a live Christmas tree? Here's one way you can recycle it
Do you have a live Christmas tree? Here's one way you can recycle it

Through a program called “Christmas for the Fishes,” the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife (KDFW) collects discarded Christmas trees to create fish habitats.

Think before you thaw: Tips for electronic space heaters
Think before you thaw: Tips for electronic space heaters

It’s tempting to crank up that space heater for some extra bedroom warmth or to de-ice your cold toes at the office, but take these precautions before turning that dial to the maximum setting.

Frozen pipe prevention 101
Frozen pipe prevention 101

Frozen water can wreak havoc on metal or plastic pipes, no matter their strength. According to the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety, a 1/8th inch crack in a pipe can spew up to 250 gallons of water a day!