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Valeska Farrow

Risk Adviser | B Bus | Adv Dip FS | Authorised Representative No. 1257567

I started in financial services over 30 years ago, working at a large Australian Financial Services company for 25 years before joining Goldsborough in May 2014. 

I work closely with Craig Kirkwood, assisting him with all aspects of personal insurance, quoting, formal advice documents, applications, claims, and ongoing service.

I have two very sporty teenage children which involve a lot of my time driving them to their various training and commitments. Living close to the foothills of Adelaide you will often find me walking the trails around Brownhill Creek or Waite Conversation Reserve. Born and bred in the bush I thoroughly enjoy the outdoor life.

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