K Wade Insurance LLC

  • 3221 Ramada Rd., Ste. 5
  • Grand Island, NE 68801
  • Work: (308)-675-0559
  • FAX: 800-931-1905

  • M-F 9-5
    Saturday By Appointment
    Sunday Closed

About Us

Kyle Wade

Kyle Wade is a Nebraska native, born and raised in the northwest panhandle of the state in the small town of Hemingford where his family still resides. He grew up working in his father’s grocery store, while his mom taught Spanish and Art at the high school. After graduating from Hemingford High School, he went on to obtain his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska. He then spent a couple years in Texas working and receiving his Master of Education Degree in Sport and Leisure Management from Texas State University.

After graduating from Texas State, a girl and fellow native Nebraskan (now his wife, Sarah) took him to Denver, Colorado where he worked in sales. The prospect of starting a family brought the couple back to Nebraska to be closer to family, and they have lived in the Grand Island area for the past 7 years. After continuing to work in sales and sales management, the lure of entrepreneurship like his father, brought Kyle to enter the world of Insurance. He began his career with State Farm, and though he enjoyed working in insurance, he realized he wanted to work as a broker rather than a captive agency. Kyle joined Farmers Union Midwest Agency in 2015, and thoroughly enjoys helping people with their insurance needs and having the ability to give customers a choice that best fits their needs rather than trying to alter their needs to meet the guidelines on a single company.

Outside of work, Kyle enjoys spending time with his family and three kids: oldest daughter Vayda, son Presley, and youngest daughter Hattie Mae. As you can tell from his office, he is an avid Husker fan through good or bad and enjoys sports, working outside, and staying active.
Growing up in a small town, Kyle takes a personal approach with each of his clients and strives to offer not only great customer service, but to have each client’s best interest in mind when it comes to managing their risk through their individual insurance programs.