Farmers Insurance Agent in Bellbrook, OH
Greg Davis Insurance Agency LLCAbout Me
As your local Farmers® agent in Bellbrook, Ohio since 2007, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. I look forward to sitting down with you to personalize a plan that is customized just for you. We offer many types of insurance including auto, home, life, business, renters, boat, motorcycle, and other specialty policies.
After many years in church music ministry, I started my Farmers Insurance Agency in Bellbrook. I served three years as the president of the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Area Chamber of Commerce. Our family lives right here in the community not far away from our office. We want to do everything we can to serve you, to enhance this area, and to protect what you treasure.
Give me a call at (937) 848-6840 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Years of Experience
I have over 10 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.
Awards and Honors
Topper Club 2008-2016, Championship 2011-2015, and Presidents Council 2011
Centerville, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Kettering, and Wilmington
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A Late Start, but a Long Ending.
That’s what happened to my dad. He got a late start in life, but he’s enjoying a longer than usual ending. Let me explain…
My father, Walter Reid Davis, was born on March 7, 1919 in a house that his grandfather built in the 1860’s on Davis Mountain outside Hendersonville, NC. When he was under the age of 2, he rolled into an open fireplace and severely burned his right hand. When he was a teenager, he endured hand surgery at a Shriner’s Hospital that delayed his education, so he did not graduate from high school until age 19.
World War II broke out when he was 22 so he joined the army, but he was stationed stateside due to his injured hand. After the war, he felt a calling to become a pastor, so he attended Gardner Webb College and then graduated from Wake Forest University at the age of 30. Then he enrolled in Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY and graduated at the age of 33.
Dad met my mother while they were both seminary students and they were married shortly after he graduated. By the time I came along, he was 36 years of age. He turned 40 right after my youngest brother was born – much older than most fathers of newborns.
So, while my father had a little bit of a late start in life, he’s been making up for it ever since. He worked past the normal retirement age and then stayed active serving in churches on an interim basis until he was in his early 80’s. He maintained a healthy diet, kept walking daily, and continued to reach out to others whenever he had the opportunity.
This week my father turns 99! He and my mother, who is 91, still live in their own home where they have lived for the past 25 years. It’s amazing how Dad remembers people, places, and events from the past ten decades.
Yes, he may have gotten a late start, but he’s enjoying a long and happy ending.
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