ABOUT KIEFER INSURANCE

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Scott Kiefer

I moved to Ocala when I was only in the 5th grade. I grew up attending Eighth Street Elementary, Osceola Middle, and Forest High School. The only time I’ve been absent from Ocala is when I left to obtain my Business Administration degree from Stetson University. I love Ocala. I met and married my wife, Bridget, here and it is where we raised our son and daughter. It is important to me that I invest in this community by being a solid business person who provides a good and trustworthy service to clients.

Our family attends First United Methodist Church where Bridget and I have volunteered with the youth group and have taught children’s Sunday School. I served as treasurer of the Vanguard High School band boosters for two years. For nine years I coached my son’s baseball team at Highlands and Babe Ruth team at Rotary.

I have been involved in our Chamber of Commerce and active in the business networking group, BNI, where I previously served as the secretary/treasurer. I am a member of the Estate Planning Council of Marion County. I am on the board of NAIFA- Florida (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors), where I served as treasurer for two years. I have served in the Ocala Kiwanis Club in many offices, including the president. I am a graduate of Leadership Ocala (Class VIII) because I wanted to know more about Ocala and use that knowledge to help lead others.

My hope is that people will choose to make Ocala their home because it is a caring and connected community. As a business person, I owe it to people to provide personalized services in which they can trust and on which they can rely. I hope to be able to serve you, too.

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Suzy Heinbockel

Suzy began working at Kiefer Insurance in 2021 and her goal is to work with our clients to make sure all their questions are answered and that they receive the best service possible.

 

Suzy grew up in eastern Kentucky and moved to Orlando after graduating from the University of Kentucky.  She met her husband, John, in Orlando, and they moved to Ocala in 2003 with their two children, Lewis and Rachel.  She and John are members of the First Presbyterian Church, where she enjoys playing in the handbell choir that is affectionately known among its members as the “Ding a lings.”