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Bill McIntire

Bill McIntire

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About me

As your local Johnson County agent, I understand the importance of helping people plan for financial stability. I use my diverse background as an educator and lender to create a well-rounded understanding of my clients needs. My wife, Ally, and I live in Franklin and have two children, Tucker and Peyton. We attend Grace Hopewell Presbyterian Church. Active in our local community, I serve on the Johnson County 4-H Expansion Committee. Outside the office, I enjoy raising cattle, fishing, traveling and spending time with family and friends. I earned a Bachelor of Science in agriculture education from Purdue University. It’s important for me to get to know you and your insurance needs, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

Fun Facts

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Bachelor's Degree from Purdue University
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Franklin Office

99 N Morton St
Franklin, IN 46131-12157

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8:00AM - 5:00PM

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