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Winters is newest Familiar Face

September 10, 2012

Guymon has a new and fun familiar face at Farm Bureau Insurance this week, with a fun personality to match.
30-year-old Cory Winters is a native of Weatherford, Okla. and has made his way to the Panhandle and has lived in Guymon for 6 months now. He is married to Kelli and they have a son, River, who is 4 years old. Cory has been working with Oklahoma Farm Bureau and Guymon is glad to have added him to their team.
If Cory weren’t working with Farm Bureau clients, his alternate dream career would be an Alaskan Hunting Guide, and if you don’t believe him, just stop by his office and see his variety of mounts and various hunting memorabilia in his office.
When he isn’t working, Cory volunteers with SWOSU and spends free time hunting, fishing, and playing guitar. He is also an active member of Guymon Rotary Club.
When Cory was just a child, he claims to have wanted to be a Rock Star, and names eating Andes Mints as his guilty pleasure.
Cory enjoys all different genres of music, the film Caddyshack, Swamp People television show, and names the 1972 Chevelle as his Dream Car.
Feel free to stop by and say a warm hello and welcome to Cory Winters at the Farm Bureau building at 121 NW 9th St.

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