LaRue Insurance, Hodgenville, Kentucky & Bardstown, Kentucky
BARDSTOWN PHONE 502-348-0050

About LaRue Insurance

LaRue Insurance has been serving clients in central Kentucky since the 1930's. In 1958, Jim LaRue became the sole owner, offering clients general insurance including farm, home, auto and life insurance.

During the early 60's, a one-half interest in the firm was sold to C. C. Omer, Jr. and the name changed to LaRue-Omer Insurance. A decade later, another partner, Richard T. Burks, bought in and led the firm that became LaRue-Omer-Burks Insurance. When Mr. Burks died unexpectedly in 1979, Jim LaRue bought out the two partners and again became the sole owner.

Mr. LaRue sold the agency to his son, Alex, in 1997. Alex LaRue specializes in contractor's insurance and insurance for antique, classic and nostalgic cars.

In 2000, Aaron LaRue joined the firm, the first of the 3rd generation to do so. His specialty is representing diverse clients in the agricultural and construction industries.

Kentucky map Jack LaRue, another third generation descendent, joined LaRue Insurance in December 2004. He is based in the Hodgenville office where he serves home, farm, auto, and commercial clients.

Our Hodgenville office is located at 54 Lincoln Square, a building listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in the heart of Hodgenville's historic Lincoln Square District.

Our Bardstown office is located at 1297 Springfiield Road. Bardstown is the site of the beautiful southern mansion that inspired Stephen Foster's famous song, My Old Kentucky Home.