Mark Powell - 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 member portal.

Mark Powell Agency Manager

Mark Powell (Agency Manager)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 1993 · LUTCF

Mark Powell began his career with Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance at the McCracken County office in 1993. He accepted the Agency Manager position at Union County in 1998. Since this appointment, Mark has focused on building a team dedicated to establishing relationships and serving Farm Bureau members in Union County.

Although Mark is responsible for the overall operation of the agency, he takes the most pride in being there for our members in their time of need. Mark is a LUTC fellow, a graduate of the first Leadership Union County class in 1999 and is actively involved in the community.

Mark enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, fishing and helping others.

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