About Jerry Cantrell
For 41 years, I operated treatment programs to care for abused, neglected, and abandoned children. While it broke my heart to find them in such unfortunate situations, I enjoyed working with them to develop a trusting relationship and help build a better tomorrow for them. In 2012, I retired as the President/CEO of the same organization.
Shortly after, I entered the insurance landscape to help build a better tomorrow for a different demographic. This time, I focused on helping seniors in finding the right insurance plans. I immediately applied for a health and life insurance license in the states of Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio.
I believe my work as an insurance representative is like my work with children—both jobs require me to build trusting relationships. As with children, I work within a relationship to help clients plan for an unforeseen financial crisis and make their tomorrows a lot better.
I am a native Kentuckian, living the last 20 years in Louisville with my wife, Mary. We have two children and three precious grandchildren. I am an elder in the Presbyterian Church USA, a member of the Kosair Charities Advisory Council, and a member of WLKY Wednesday's Board of Directors, and a Noble in the Kosair Shrine.