Farm Bureau Insurance, Inc., is a U.S. agribusiness company specializing in farm-to-table products.
The company was founded in 1935 and has been in the farming business for over 100 years.
Maria Farmer has been involved in the farm industry for over 75 years.
She lost her farm, a $1.5 million farm, to the hack in May.
The farm lost approximately $2.4 million to the attack.
Maria is survived by her husband, who is deceased, and her four children, who live with her.
The Farm Bureau has not announced a cause of death.
Maria had a great life and she loved her family, said her son, Robert.
We’re all going to miss her.
Maria was an avid reader and enjoyed her family.
She loved reading, said Robert.
She enjoyed the outdoors, she loved to cook and she was passionate about farming.
We are devastated by the loss of our dear friend Maria Farmer, Farm Bureau said.
The entire Farm Bureau family is saddened by the sudden loss of Maria Farmer.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this difficult time.
The loss of Farm Bureau is especially devastating, said Farm Bureau President and CEO, Scott McInnis.
The news of Maria’s death is devastating to all of us at Farm Bureau.
We know her family is devastated and our hearts go out to her friends and family, he said.
We will be doing everything we can to help.
We have many dedicated employees working to protect our farms and customers, McInnes said.
Farm Bureau was founded by a couple of men who had an idea of how great farming can be.
They were driven by the desire to create the highest quality, lowest price farm products, he added.
The couple is survived as Maria Farmer and her husband Robert.
Maria worked at Farm Bulletin since 1981.
In 2005, Farm Bulletin purchased the Farm Bureau brand and expanded the company’s products to include products for restaurants, foodservice, bakery, and farm equipment.
For more information on Farm Bureau, visit www.farmbulletin.com.
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