Hempstead County Farm Bureau is proud to announce the addition of Trent Wheelington as an insurance sales agent. Trent and his wife, Heather, are lifelong residents of Hope. They have an eight year old son, Mason. Trent has spent the last 16 years in car sales here in Hope.
Board President Mark Lloyd said, “As we celebrate our 85th anniversary, we know that our organization would not have the success that we experience if it was not for the exceptional people of Hempstead County. We are glad to be able to bring Trent here to continue that success and to be an asset to our members and our communities.” Reed Camp, Agency Mgr for Hempstead County Farm Bureau, added “We are excited to have Trent join our team. He has an impeccable reputation for his dependability, service, and commitment to his clients, and I am confident he will provide exceptional customer service to our current Farm Bureau members, as well as new members.”
For over 75 years, the Farm Bureau Insurance Companies have had an active role in the communities of Hempstead County. Formed in 1935, Hempstead County Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization that advocates for and promotes agriculture throughout our county, Arkansas, the region and the country and keeping a commitment of protecting agriculture and the future of agriculture in our state, fostering our rural “way of life”, and educating our youth about agriculture and the importance of it.