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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Moore To Lead Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co.
5/31/2013 at 12:00 a.m.
LITTLE ROCK — David Moore has been named vice president – general manager of Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company of Arkansas, Inc. and senior vice president – state manager of Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company, effective July 1, according to Randy Veach, president of Arkansas Farm Bureau, and Robert Jarrett, president and chief executive officer for Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company.
Moore, 51, will succeed Duff Wallace, who last week was named as replacement for the retiring Jarrett. Moore’s promotion was confirmed Thursday by the Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company of Arkansas board of directors. He most recently served as chief financial officer for Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company of Arkansas.
“We are excited about having someone with David’s background and knowledge of Farm Bureau to step into the position of vice president-general manager,” said Randy Veach, president of Arkansas Farm Bureau. “David’s experience in Farm Bureau will provide continuity with the programs currently being implemented, which are designed to strengthen our insurance operations in Arkansas.”
A native of Dierks (Howard County), Moore earned an undergraduate degree in accounting and finance from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia.
He started as an internal auditor with Farm Bureau in 1989, and was later promoted to finance manager and then CFO. He is a graduate of Leadership Arkansas, the economic and political development program sponsored by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce.
Moore and his wife Alisa lives in Bryant with their children, Katie and Logan. A member of the Bryant School Board for the past six years, he also served 10 years as a coach and administrator with the Bryant Soccer Club. His family attends Indian Springs Baptist Church.
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For more information contact:
Box 31, Little Rock 72203
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