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John C. Hendricks

First Vice President

Kentucky Farm Bureau

HQ Phone:  (502) 495-5000

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Kentucky Farm Bureau

9201 Bunsen Parkway

Louisville, Kentucky,40220

United States

Company Description

For over 60 years, our goal at Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance has been to provide quality protection and service to Kentuckians at a reasonable cost. Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company is rated A+, a superior performance rating awarded by the A.M....more

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Federal Deficit Task Force Bios - Federal Deficit Task Force

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John Hendricks
John serves as First Vice President of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation. He was elected to the position in December 2008. John serves as Chair of the Beef Cattle Advisory Committee and the Roadside Markets Advisory Committee. He is an active member of the Clark County Farm Bureau, where he has served in a variety of leadership positions, including President and District Nine Chair. John produces beef cattle, hay and vegetables. He and his wife, Mary Beth, have two sons.


Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation - KFBF Officers

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John C. Hendricks - First Vice President
John C. Hendricks


Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation - KFBF Officers

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John C. Hendricks


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Commissioner Farmer mourns the loss of KFB First Vice President John Hendricks
"John was a respected leader on the local, state and national levels and a champion for the Kentucky farmer," Commissioner Farmer said. ... more


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COMMISSIONER FARMER MOURNS THE LOSS OF KFB FIRST VICE PRESIDENT JOHN HENDRICKS
FRANKFORT, Ky. - Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer today expressed his sympathy to the family of John Hendricks, a Clark County farmer who was first vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau. Mr. Hendricks died Friday. "My heart goes out to John's family," Commissioner Farmer said. "John was a respected leader on the local, state and national levels and a champion for the Kentucky farmer. Most importantly, John was a loving husband and father. I will miss his friendship and wise counsel." Mr. Hendricks, 60, was first vice president of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation and the Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Company. He was chairman of KFB's Beef Cattle Advisory Committee, Roadside Markets Advisory Committee, state Communication Advisory Committee, Health Care Task force and Resolutions Committee. As a member of Clark County Farm Bureau, he served in numerous leadership positions, including president and District Nine chairman. He was a member of the American Farm Bureau Federation Federal Deficit Task Force. Mr. Hendricks was a member of the Kentucky Proud Advisory Council, the Clark County Cattlemen's Association and the Agricultural Development Council; chairman of the Kentucky Tobacco Research Board, and former treasurer of the Clark County Soil Conservation Board. He owned and operated Beech Springs Farm Market near Winchester with his family.


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