Farm Bureau Insurance Agents play a unique role in our policyholders’ lives. Part of being “The Home Team” means that they serve as part of a policyholder’s local support system. By providing high quality financial and insurance products, agents help carry them through many of life’s ups and downs—the expected as well as the unexpected.
Our Agents maintain a high customer service standard, but we have agents who go above and beyond even that standard. These agents, called Master Agents, are the aspirational leaders of our company. Master Agents are lauded for their expertise and service to their policyholders.
What Makes a Master Agent?
Much like you, our agents live in Mississippi and work to provide for their families. Master Agents have an expert-level understanding of the technical aspects behind each insurance policy or financial product we offer as well as the unique needs in each community.
Life happens fast. Many people undergoing huge life changes like having children, moving, or experiencing loss, may not have the time, energy, nor ability to review what those changes mean for their insurance needs. A Master Agent is the kind of agent who helps you anticipate these needs by regularly reviewing their policyholders’ coverages. By being proactive, Master Agents work with you to not let these life changes fall through the cracks, lessening financial burdens that may be waiting in the wings.
Successful Farm Bureau Insurance agents nurture their personal and business relationships in their communities. Our agents serve on boards of non-profit organizations, promote local businesses, and some even mentor our newest Farm Bureau Insurance agents.
Master Agents in Mississippi frequently provide support for:
- Local Schools
- High school and college athletics
- Active military and veteran appreciation events
- Fire and police departments
- Law Enforcement
- Municipal Parks and youth sports leagues
Meet Our Master Agents
Meet Mississippi’s most recent group of Master Farm Bureau Insurance agents.
|Daniel Thompson||Panola County|
|Michael Green||Marshall County|
|Jeffrey Williams||Alcorn County|
|Daniel Bennett||DeSoto County|
|Josh Miller||Tippah County|
|Jason Banks||DeSoto County|
|Allen Palmer||DeSoto County|
|Josh McIntyre||DeSoto County|
|Kevin Kendrick||Prentiss County|
|Bo Armstrong||Coahoma County|
|Bryan Burrell||DeSoto County|
|Seth Janzen||Prentiss County|
|Marianne Bell||Grenada County|
|Ben Strain||Madison County|
|Ben McDade||Neshoba County|
|Allen Johnson||Neshoba County|
|Robert Carollo||Grenada County|
|Michael Naaman||Leflore County|
|Wayne Blaylock||Carroll County|
|Warren Bramuchi||Bolivar County|
|Wil Hyland||Hinds County|
|Bradley Peoples||Hinds County|
|Tyler Wiltshire||Attala County|
|Brandon Cummins||Sunflower County|
|Thad Holcombe||Clay County|
|Butler Flowers||Montgomery County|
|Chase DeNoon||Montgomery County|
|Johnnie Copeland||Marion County|
|Rocky McDaniels||Wilkinson County|
|Tre Chambers||Scott County|
|Lance Jones||Harrison County|
|Sam Sones||Lincoln County|
|Ross Guilbeau||Pearl River County|
|Channing Parker||Jones County|
|Tyler Henry||Harrison County|
|Nathan Bullock||Lincoln County|
|Steven McGee||Scott County|
|Shane Fletcher||Rankin County|
|Jay Hodges||Claiborne County|
|Ross Weathers||Forrest County|
|Jamie Cochran||Jefferson Davis County|
|Landon Moore||Amite County|
|Michael Brand||Jones County|
|Lanny Beach||Stone County|
|Michael Clements||Pike County|
|Chad Howard||Harrison County|
|Tanner Wilson||Rankin County|
|Lance Cuevas||Hancock County|
Want to be a Master Agent? Take the First Step
If you’re interested in a financially rewarding career that allows you to make a difference in your community, consider a career as a Farm Bureau Insurance agent. Learn more about the application process by visiting Become an Agent.