• lcfm may19

    Our Message to the Class of 2024

    Ladies and gentlemen of the graduating class of 2024: 25 years ago, Mary Schmich graced us all with a bit of wisdom in the Chicago Tribune. “The Sunscreen Speech” is still one of our favorite commencement addresses and is referenced often across the globe. We adapted a few things to relate to our modern graduates, but the core remains the same. These are the best tools we can think of for your next journey. Congratulations on this accomplishment! Wear sunscreen. If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it. The long-term benefits of sunscreen have been proven by scientists, whereas the rest of my…

  • lcfm apr10 blog

    Keeping Your Missouri Home in Top Shape: A Seasonal Maintenance Guide

    Living in Missouri comes with its own set of joys and challenges, including the need for regular home maintenance to keep your dwelling in top condition throughout the year. Whether you’re a new homeowner or a seasoned resident, this seasonal checklist will help you stay on top of maintenance tasks and ensure your home remains comfortable and functional. While this list does not cover 100% of the due diligence measures your home deserves, they are a tremendous start for happy home comfort and safety. Spring Inspect Roof and Gutters: Check for any winter damage, like loose or missing shingles, and clean out gutters to prevent water buildup. Service HVAC System:…

  • “A Message from the Company Manager” Annual Meeting March 2023

    What is the purpose of having a Mission Statement? What does it mean to our company, the staff, our policyholders, and our community? The definition of a Mission Statement is to: Explain why a company exists! Show how it plans to achieve its goals. Define what the business will ultimately achieve. Our mission statement is meant to define who we serve, what we are about, what our objectives are, and what our approach to reaching those objectives is. “It is our mission to provide personal and dependable service to our policyholders with quality products at a competitive price. We are committed to protecting your family, home, and property with confidence…

  • Meet Jill Dunavant: A Multi-Talented Gem at Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company

    In the heart of Troy, Missouri, resides a remarkable individual who wears multiple hats at Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company (LCFMI). Jill Dunavant, a familiar face in the community for 17 years, brings a wealth of experience and a vibrant personality to our amazing insurance team. Jill’s journey in Missouri began at the tender age of four, making her a true local with a diverse background. Born in Texas and spending two years in Germany as the daughter of an Army family, Jill has seamlessly integrated into the fabric of the Show-Me State. For the past two years, Jill has been an invaluable asset to LCFMI, navigating through various…

  • Celebrating Alyssa White: A Vibrant Force at Our Subsidiary Lincoln County Mutual Insurance Agency, Inc

    Alyssa, a proud, small-town resident, brings us the best elements of commitment, creativity, and community. Raised in Foley, MO she cherishes the close-knit bonds that come with a hometown where everyone knows each other. Alyssa has been brightening our days with her unique blend of creativity and dedication. Since joining the Lincoln County Mutual Insurance Agency, Inc. family in 2022, Alyssa has been a driving force, leaving an indelible mark on both the agency, our company, and the community it serves. Currently donning the hats of Marketing Manager and Agency Assistant for the in-house agency of Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance, Alyssa’s impact is nothing short of spectacular. Her journey…

  • 2023 Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Scholarship Winners

    Addyson Steele Addyson has been selected as a 2023 Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship recipient. She is a graduate of Elsberry High School with a GPA of 4.0 and looks forward to continuing her education at East Central College to pursue a degree in Nursing.  She is will play softball while earning her Associate Degree before transferring to a four-year university to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Congratulations, Addyson! Good luck in college!   Landon Niederer Landon is one of our 2023 Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship recipients! Landon is graduating Summa Cum Laude from Troy Buchanan High School with a GPA of 4.2.…

  • 2022 Scholarship Recipients

         Rachel Bader Rachel has been selected as a 2022 Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship recipient. She is graduating from Troy Buchanan High School with a GPA of 4.07 and will be continuing her education at Mizzou! She will be pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education. After college, she would like to return to her community and become an Elementary School Teacher! Congratulations, Rachel, and good luck in college!            Kyle Daniel Kyle is one of our 2022 Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship recipients! Kyle is graduating from Elsberry High School with a GPA of 3.97. This fall, he plans…

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE – Annual Meeting of Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company

    IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM LINCOLN COUNTY FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY The Annual Meeting of Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company will be held at Woods Fort Country Club on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. located at 1 Country Club Dr, Troy, MO 63379. Business to be presented is the election of two Directors for three-year terms and to transact such business that may come before the board.

  • Water in Basements

    We have had some wet weather lately! This can cause some issues, particularly with your basement flooding. Check out these tips to prevent basement flooding. •Clean and maintain gutters and downspouts: keeping your gutters free of debris and ensuring downspouts are properly positioned away from the foundation, water from rain and storms will flow freely, rather than pooling up against your home. Downspouts should direct water at least three feet away from your foundation. •Properly landscape your yard: The slope of your yard or the shape of your flower bed could be contributing to your water issues. If the slope of your yard directs water towards your home, water will…

  • Boating Safety!

    With boating season underway, take a moment to refresh yourself on boating safety and laws https://www.boat-ed.com/missouri/ ??????