Quinten was born and raised in Northwest Missouri, graduating from Cameron High School and a proud alumni of Missouri Western State University. He has a Bachelors of Science in Legal Studies and Masters in Business Administration. Growing up in a rural community, the ideals of hard work, honesty and integrity were instilled in him from a young age. He believes a handshake is as good as a legal contract and a man’s character is measured by his word. He still resides in Cameron with his high school sweetheart, now wife, and their daughter.
Quinten and the Crane Agency joined forces in 2017 when the agency expanded its strong Missouri presence into the Kansas City metro. Combining his extensive insurance knowledge and experience with access to the most competitive insurance carriers in the nation creates a dynamic combination for Quinten’s clients.
Quinten’s exposure to the insurance and risk management world began immediately following college by working in the risk management department at Herzog Contracting Corp. in St. Joseph, MO. His career eventually led him to Federated Insurance in 2011, where he realized unparalleled success in his rural territory. He was recognized annually as one of the top marketers in the company and received numerous awards for sales and service. His extensive knowledge in the areas of Property and Casualty, Workers Compensation, Group Health Insurance, and Life and Disability Insurance has helped his clients avoid losses and minimize the impact unavoidable circumstances can have on businesses. As an entrepreneur, he understands the unique challenges business owners face on a day-to-day basis. His belief is insurance should be a support system to promote the growth and well-being of America’s entrepreneurs.
When he isn’t working, Quinten values time with his wife and daughter above all else. He is a diehard Kansas City Royals baseball fan, loves spending time as a youth sports coach and as an active member of several other civic organizations. He is equally passionate in his leadership role as a member of his community’s Police Advisory Board.