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John Vormohr

John Vormohr

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About me

As your local Jay County agent for more than five years, I want to help you understand what you have and what you need. I live in Portland and have two children, Christian and Avery. Outside the office, I enjoy golfing, boating, tennis and working out. I have also always enjoyed athletics. I was state champion in shot put in 1984, All-American shot put in NCAA Division II and an Indiana North/South All-Star in football in 1984. I earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Indianapolis where I majored in business, marketing and finance. 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 University of Indianapolis
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Golf Enthusiast
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5+ Years of Experience
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Portland Office

1411 W Votaw St
Portland, IN 47371-19501

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8:00AM - 5:00PM

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