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Farm Bureau welcomes new agency manager
Wilson County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce that Mark Langseth has been named as the agency manager of the Wilson County Farm Bureau offices in Floresville and La Vernia.
Langseth comes to Wilson County from Travis County and brings with him more than 18 years of insurance experience. Langseth, a McCulloch County native, graduated from Rochelle High School in 1979 and attended Angelo State University prior to beginning his career with the Texas Farm Bureau in Travis County in 1993.
Langseth and his wife, Julie, are the parents of four children, Ashleigh and her husband John of Austin, Heather of Austin; Rebecca, a senior at Texas A&M; and a son, Marcus, who is in the seventh grade. The Langseths have one granddaughter, Emily, also of Austin.
Langseth enjoys being in the area and is looking forward to meeting the members of the Wilson County Farm Bureau.
In addition to the main office in Floresville located at 1114 10th St. (U.S. 181), he will have a branch office in La Vernia, located in the Rose Property Building at the corner of U.S. 87 West and F.M. 775.
For more information, call 830-393-2481 (Floresville office) or 830-779-4300 (La Vernia).
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