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Ben Habegger




Whether it’s educating a first-time homebuyer on the ins and outs of a homeowner’s insurance policy, advising brand new parents on the importance of a good life insurance plan, or talking with anxious parents who are about to add a teenage child to their auto insurance policy, Ben Habegger loves helping clients navigate through some of life’s big moments.

“I have laughed with people during the good times and gotten emotional with them while walking through a terrible loss,” he said. “During these times, the ability to provide any kind of guidance or support, even if it’s just a listening ear, is very rewarding.”

As a part of the Farm Bureau team, Ben’s goal is to manage every aspect of his agency with integrity.

“I want to treat each client with respect and be honest with my clients about their insurance coverage — what it will do and what it won’t do,” he said. “I work to provide personal and prompt service to my clients and will always place a high value on the relationship aspect of this business.”

Ben, who is married to wife Becky, has been with Farm Bureau Insurance in Murfreesboro for 12 years, having managed his own agency on Medical Center Parkway for the past year. Ben received his degree in business from Tennessee Tech.

Ben and Becky have two children; Landon, five, and Allie, who is two. A deacon at New Vision Baptist Church, Ben enjoys his involvement in the ministries of his church. He also enjoys woodworking, playing in an adult soccer league, traveling with his wife and spending time with his family.

“My relationship with Jesus Christ is of highest importance to me and is the foundation for everything else in my life,” he said. “I have been blessed with an amazing and supportive wife and two unbelievable kids.

I am also fortunate enough to represent a great company as an insurance agent where I get to serve people every day and help to protect what is important to them.”

Professionally, Ben has received many achievements over the years, including LUTCF designation and also qualifying for all of Farm Bureau’s major sales campaigns in every year he’s been with the company.

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