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Kirstin Tedrow

You may wonder what a Missouri-based company might be up to expanding into Kentucky. Well, it’s all about the people! We always say our families are the heart of our business, which is why we’re excited to be branching out to Radcliff, Kentucky: the home of Fort Knox.


Let us explain

The robust business and close families we’ve worked with at Fort Leonard Wood have made for a historic first for our company. Our office, near the Ozarks army base, was one of our first successful branches out of our headquarters in Columbia, Missouri. Not only does the U.S. Army provide a steady stream of families moving in and out, but they also provide the opportunity to serve those who have served our country. One piece of the puzzle who is sometimes overlooked is the trailing Army spouse who can be oftentimes looking for employment. When one of our Army spouses received moving orders from Fort Leonard Wood to Fort Knox, we didn’t want to see her leave. So what do we do when we have an amazing employee heeding the call of duty? We invest in them and open our first Kentuckian branch right outside of Fort Knox!

When we expand and grow, we do it because it's strategic and makes sense. Our business has an invested stake in our people and our families.


A little more info

Fort Knox is a U.S. Army post south of Louisville and north of Elizabethtown. The 109,000-acre base covers parts of Bullitt, Hardin, and Meade counties and includes the U.S. Bullion Depository, which houses most of the country’s official gold reserves. Officially a century old, the camp was named after Henry Knox, the Continental Army's chief of artillery during the Revolutionary War and the country's first Secretary of War.

With our own underwriting and services department, our personally-tailored VA loan process for our brave military heroes is both friendly and efficient. Please contact Kirstin Tedrow at ktedrow@fbhl.com or 502-622-7922 to learn more! We are excited to start locally serving more of our heroes.

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