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Matthew Page Agent

Matthew Page (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 2015

Matthew Page has been an agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance in Shelby County since 2015.  He has served on several local boards and charitable organizations and enjoys giving back to his community.  Some of his past and current positions include serving as the President of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce.  In addition to being a board member for multiple years, he was also named the 2020 Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Diplomat of the year.  He is on the Board of Directors for the Shelbyville Country Club, has served on the Shelby County Fair Board in the past, and was also a member of the 2015 Leadership Shelby Class.

Matthew is a lifelong resident of Shelby County and lives in Shelbyville, Kentucky.  He graduated from Shelby County High School and went on to graduate from Lindsey Wilson College where he also played football for four years.  Matthew enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf with his friends.  He is married to Haven and has one daughter, Savannah.

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