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Joe Smith

Joe Smith

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About me

As your local Fayette County agent, I am passionate about helping the people in my community. I pride myself on being a people person. I love talking with clients, getting to know them and helping them get the best coverage for their unique needs. My wife, Trish, and I reside in Connersville with our two children, Grant and Marley. Active in my local community, I worked as a youth sports coach and am an associate member of the Connersville Knights of Columbus. Outside the office, I enjoy watching my two children play sports and spending time with friends and family. I earned a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University at Fort Wayne with a concentration in mechanical engineering.

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Bachelor's Degree from Purdue University at Fort Wayne
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Community Volunteer
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Sports Enthusiast
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Youth Sports Coach
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Connersville Office

3037 Virginia Ave
Connersville, IN 47331-12552

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Mon - Fri
8:00AM - 5:00PM

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