For many years Morgan has known its own fire chief, Dave Rich, as the face of Farm Bureau Insurance. Rich has made the decision to retire and is turning the reins over to a new friendly face, Cole Everitt.
Everitt grew up in Nephi, Utah, and is thrilled to be in Morgan, back to smalltown life again. He enjoys hunting, fishing, sports and, most of all, his family. Everitt and his wife, Tiera, have three kids together: Dallin, Claire and Connor.
Everitt is licensed to assist in most all types of insurances including home, auto, commercial, farm, liability, life, health, disability, long term health care and securities.
Everitt has plenty of experience in investments and rolling over retirement accounts. He is excited to get to know the families of Morgan County and assist them with all their needs.
Everitt has brought along some local faces as well. Kailey Freed will assist new and potential clients with quotes and can answer your questions about Farm Bureau.
Freed grew up in Morgan and has lived here for 15 years. She enjoys riding her horses and competing in barrel racing and team roping events all over, as well as helping out with her family’s cattle ranch nearby.
Kirsten Richins is married to Johnny Richins and they have one child, for now. Richins enjoys being with her family, horses, and participating in anything related to the outdoors.
Richins primarily specializes in billing questions, servicing current accounts, and setting up new policies. She is the billing expert of the office and can answer any billing question you may have with your policy.
Each team member is licensed in property and casualty insurance. Any member of the team has the training and know-how to service your home, auto, business, farm and umbrella policy. However, if they do not know the answer, they will find out and get back to you promptly.
Their mission is to provide the best blend of coverage, service and price to you. “We aspire to be the most trusted insurance company out there,” said Everitt.
The new team is putting on a carnival this weekend at Riverside Park from 12 – 2 p.m., free of charge to the community. “We are doing this in an effort to get to know the people we will serve. We would love to make this an annual event if there is enough interest,” commented Everitt excitedly. So stop in to meet the new team, say “hello,” and enjoy some free entertainment and goodies.