Laurie Kohlhepp was born and raised in the small rural area of Moscow (Rush County) where she enjoyed county living at its best. She was in the last class to begin their school term at the Moscow School. Growing up in the country she spent summers riding her bike through the original covered bridge, working on 4-H projects and running around with her brothers. (Her 4-H leader was our secretary here at In-Sight Realty Sharon Coffey). After graduating Rushville High School and gaining her Cosmotology license she moved to Shelbyville to work and begin her family. She has worked for several years for Major Hospital, Great States Lawn Mower and now with MHP in the customer service and sales fields. She enjoys the challenge and the rewards of helping others.
After her daughter Mykel graduated from Triton Central and moved on with her own life, Laurie decided to make some career changes. Though she still works full time for Major Health Partners and enjoys her time there, she loves the idea of staying busy and trying to help others. That is why her goal with being in the Real Estate business is always to help her clients feel like they are being treated like a close friend or family member finding their next home and not make it feel like a business.
For those that know her will tell you she likes to stay busy and active. For years she volunteered with several organizations, serving on the Board of Directors for the Chamber of Commerce and Shelby County Leadership. She now choses to spend her “non- working time” with her grandkids, either at the baseball field or basketball court with her grandson, or swinging and practicing gymnastics with her granddaughter. If you ask her to Rock for Cancer or walk for JDRF she will gladly be on your team.
Though only a part time agent she is a member of National Association of REALTORS, Indiana Association of REALTORS, and Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of REALTORS, but she works as hard for her clients as a full time agent and will get you all the way in the front door of your new home or out the back door of the old.
You can leave her a message here at the office, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or cell 317-512-1937 anytime, just don’t expect her to get back to you until after 5:00 during the work week.