New Farm Bureau agent in Monticello
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Wyatt and Loren Holyoak with their daughter, Ella. Wyatt is the new Farm Bureau agent in the area and will work out of his office in Monticello.  Courtesy photo
Wyatt and Loren Holyoak with their daughter, Ella. Wyatt is the new Farm Bureau agent in the area and will work out of his office in Monticello. Courtesy photo
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by Alene Laney

Wyatt Holyoak is the new Monticello Farm Bureau agent. As a native of the area, Holyoak is committed to serving San Juan County residents.  

Holyoak and his wife Loren (Randall) both graduated from Monticello High School. After serving missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, they were brought together by Randall’s father’s cows, who wouldn’t stay on their side of the fence.

After getting married and living in Cedar City for three years, they returned home to San Juan County to raise their daughter, Ella. 

Having grown up in San Juan County, the outdoor life comes naturally to the Holyoak family. They especially enjoy hiking, riding horses on the mountain, and any opportunity to work with cattle. 

At Farm Bureau Financial Services, Holyoak says his focus is “to protect the things we all work to enjoy and to bring security and stability to those we serve.

Farm Bureau does that by providing a single agent for home, auto, commercial business, farm, and life insurance needs. We also provide annuity and financial services to help customers retire on time and on budget.” 

Holyoak says there’s never a regret in time spent helping others. He said, “I hope to carry on a legacy of service to my community by living up to the precedent set by Scott Pehrson. I hope my service will be an honor to his memory.” 
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