Mary Jo Newton Agent
KFB Insurance Agent Since 2005
For 30 years, Mary Jo has helped Farm Bureau members protect their assets with Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance. She started as a CSR in 1982 and became an Agent in 2005. During this time, she has won numerous awards including the National Multiline Sales Award (2006, 2007 and 2010) and the $6,000,000 Club in 2007 and $5,000,000 Club in 2009. Mary Jo understands that outstanding customer service is the lifeblood of any business. She believes in going the extra mile.
She is currently serving on the Leadership Shelby Board of Directors (1999-2013), served as President (2003-04) and was named the Alumna of the Year in 2011. She served as President of the Business and Professional Women's Club (2006-2008) and has served on the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Board.
Mary Jo is a lifelong resident of Shelby County and still lives on the family farm in Bagdad, Kentucky. She earned a degree in Music from the University of Kentucky ('83). She has been an active member of Bagdad Baptist Church where she serves as a Deacon, Sunday School teacher and sings with the praise team. She also enjoys traveling, working outdoors and volleyball. Mary Jo is married to her husband of 30 years and has two children, a daughter and a son.
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KFB Insurance Learning Library
- Protect your 'Old Kentucky Home' from winter's wrath
Historically, mid- to late-January is when Kentuckians experience the lowest temperatures of the year. According to the 2016 Farmers’ Almanac, Old Man Winter will be back with a vengeance this year, noting that “while last winter was a reprieve from shoveling and high fuel bills, the party is over.”
- How to avoid a parking lot meltdown this holiday season
Did you know that 49% of people said they would take photos or watch videos while driving through a parking lot, according to a National Safety Council survey?
- Winterizing your warm weather wheels
As summer sun and warmer weather starts to give way to the chillier days of fall and winter, it becomes hibernation time for many recreational vehicles. Properly putting boats, RVs, muscle cars and motorcycles to bed requires a little more effort than parking them in the side yard.