Curtis Kirchner

Commercial Lines Customer Service
Curtis was born in Quincy, Illinois and lived one short year in Northeast Missouri. A change in his father’s career moved the family to Eldon, Missouri. He was very active in sports as a child and is very thankful his parents took time out of their busy schedules to drive him all over Missouri to compete in soccer and golf. He excelled as a golfer and while attending Eldon High School, was a member of a two-time Missouri State Class 3-A Championship golf team. Upon graduating from Eldon High School in 2003, Curtis received a golf scholarship to Culver-Stockton College where he played four years of golf. He graduated from Culver-Stockton in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a minor in Public Relations.

After graduation, unsure of a career path, Curtis received the opportunity to begin his career in insurance and was offered a position with an insurance agency in Eldon. He earned his property and casualty license short after employment and would eventually earn his life and health license.

In 2009, he married his wife Christina whom he met while attending college, she moved to Eldon and took employment as a teacher with Jefferson City Public Schools. In 2012, they welcomed their one and only child, Mason into the world. He is a very active child and keeps them busy around the clock. They enjoy spending time with family and friends, going to the park, swimming and just playing around the house. In his spare time, Curtis enjoys hunting, fishing, golfing and spending time with family and friends.

In 2014, Christina was offered a teaching position at Troy Middle School so the family chose to relocate to Troy. He was very fortunate to find a new employment at K. Flynn Insurance. With his years of experience in the industry, this is a good fit for both him and K. Flynn Insurance.

Curtis enjoys servicing commercial clients as no two customers are identical. Educating himself as well as customers is very important because every scenario is different and the industry is always changing.