Pat Murphy - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Important Notice

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.

Pat Murphy Agent

Pat Murphy (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 1991

Pat began his career as a Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance agent in 1991 and has won numerous awards while at KFB, including the company’s “Agent of the Year” for District 3 in 2001.  He also won 1st place among Shelby County insurance agents in The Sentinel-News’ “Best Of” awards for 2013.  

A graduate of Shelby County High School, Pat is a strong believer in giving back to his community.  He serves as an Elder at Shelby Christian Church and is on the Missions Team there, traveling to Poland on many mission trips.  Pat has been the Board Chairman for the Shelbyville/Shelby County Crime Stoppers organization since its inception in 2007.  

An avid supporter of all local sports, Pat is a member of the Shelby County High School Athletic Hall of Fame, having served that school and Collins High School as statistician and scorekeeper.  He has been a member of KHSAA state championship teams at both high schools.  
 

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