Chase Fulcher, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF

Ambassador Program Chair, Past Board President

Chase’s proudest accomplishment to date is jump starting the Henderson Community Foundation and personally raising in excess of a $1,750,000 while he personally set up a $3,000,000 endowment for 42 charities. Chase served four years in the military after high school in the US Army Airborne Assault. He earned sergeant in 19 months while also winning Soldier of the Year, Airborne distinguished graduate and receiving the Army Accommodation medal from the Secretary of the Army. Chase began his professional career as an agent for Kentucky Farm Bureau and Southern Farm Bureau in Henderson immediately after his service. Throughout his career, he has led the Southern Farm Bureau agency force of 4600 agents in an eleven state region 5 different years and has been chosen Agent of the Year for Kentucky Farm Bureau every year for his entire career thru 2012. Chase is one of the leading P&C agents in the United States, a professional speaker and completed his CLU, ChFC in 4 ½ months while working full time and setting a national record. Chase currently serves on the Independence Bank Board, Henderson Community Foundation, a lifetime sponsor of Ducks Unlimited. He has served on the Airport Board, Chamber of Commerce, the Hospital Foundation Board, the River City Renaissance Board, the YMCA Board and also coached little league sports. He financially contributes to over 40 charitable organizations on a yearly basis. He is also very proud of being a key contributor and fundraiser for Colonels to College, Henderson City River Front Development and Young Life. He has been a huge supporter of the American Cancer Society, Women’s Addiction & Recovery, Women’s Shelter, YMCA, Red Cross and the Booster Club for all Henderson County Sports on an annual basis. Chase was instrumental in starting and building the first National Archery School Program buildings in the United States located in Henderson. He has since personally raised in excess of $600,000, acquired the land for the program and built two 10,000 square foot facilities. The Archery complex helps over 780 students a year on a reoccurring basis. It is the most successful archery program in the nation winning the State, National and World archery event at the ESPN Sports Center in Orlando Florida in 2011. He has two grown children, Dale and Katelyn and two grandchildren, Paisley and Cru. He is a member of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church.