Jennifer was born in Huntington, West Virginia,
and raised in northern Ohio. After spending some
time in South Carolina, she decided to move
back to the Mountain State, and currently lives
in Ellamore. Jennifer’s husband Brad is a Safety
Manager at Weyerhauser. They have been married
for 20 years and have three children: Dustin, age
20, Jonathan, age 16, and Elizabeth, age 10. Her
family also has three pets, a dog named Sadie,
and two cats named Charlie and Sugar.
Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree
in Early Childhood Education in 2012 and a
Master’s in Education in 2014 from Ashford
University. She worked for seven years as a
secretary at Pelion Middle School in South
Carolina, then spent two years as a pre-k teacher
at Little One’s Place.
“The continuation and growth of agriculture
rests with our youth, so delivering information to
their schools through the activities in the Mobile
Ag Lab is an important mission that I am proud to
be part of,” said Kirby.
Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family,
traveling, and gardening.
Tabby was born in Clarksburg, West
Virginia, raised in Buckhannon, and now lives
in Bridgeport. She is engaged to be married
this summer to Greg Kuckuck, who grew up
working on his dad’s farm in Pennsylvania, and
is now a project scientist at Civil Environmental
Consultants, Inc. in Bridgeport.
Bennett earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Public Relations from West Virginia Wesleyan
College in 2015 where she also minored in
Education, and had a summer internship with
WVFB. Tabby plans to pursue a Master’s degree
in the near future. During college, she worked
part-time as an assistant teacher at the Child
Development Center, then was a junior account
executive at Orion Strategies before joining Farm
Tabby is excited about joining a team dedicated
to farmers and causes she is passionate about,
and hopes to make a positive difference for
everyone involved in Farm Bureau. In her spare
time, Tabby enjoys watching baseball and hockey,
photography, reading, makeup, and baking.
Michelle, Jennifer, and Tabby are eager to learn
all they can so they can serve our members and
help Farm Bureau continue to grow.
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