State Farm welcomes new agent to Templeton
Courtney Morrow now apart of the Templeton State Farm family
Courtney Morrow has joined State Farm has a new face in Templeton. Born and raised on the Central Coast, Courtney grew up riding horses, playing volleyball and water polo, and lifeguarding at local lakes, pools and beaches.
At 19, she joined the Army as a broadcast journalist and public affairs specialist with assignments in Japan and the Washington D.C. area, winning numerous awards for radio spot production, TV and radio news reporting. In 2004 she was voted Best American Forces Network DJ/ Personality in the Pacific Stars and Stripes newspaper.
During her time in the Army she met her husband, Ryan, who was serving as an infantry Marine at Marine Barracks 8th and I, Washington, D.C. Ryan, who was part of the elite Marine Body Bearers section, had the distinct honor of carrying President Gerald R. Ford’s casket for the State Funeral and Tribute at the National Cathedral.
The day Courtney completed her Army enlistment is the same day she began her career with State Farm as an agent team member. Six years later she was chosen to replace a retiring agent in San Luis Obispo. When the opportunity arose for Courtney to relocate her office to Templeton, she jumped on it. Courtney and Ryan have live in North County for six years, with their horse, donkey, goats, dogs, and cat. On Thanksgiving Day, 2014, they welcomed a baby boy to the family, Brock Thomas Morrow.
The Templeton State Farm office is located at 72 South Main Street. Courtney can be reached at (805) 434-5933.