We’re not only your agent, but your insurance advocate by helping you navigate through different insurance companies and plans to find you the best coverage. By choosing an independent agent, you’re working with someone who also lives in your community and will treat you like a person, not a number.
Being an independent agent means we get to work with multiple insurances companies, not just one. We spend the time researching which insurance company will offer you the best price, coverage, and service so you don’t have to.
We proudly serve Appleton, Kaukauna, Little Chute, Menasha, Freedom, Wrightstown, Kimberly, Sherwood, Neenah, Combined Locks, Green Bay, DePere and Darboy.
36 years of service
29 years of service
18 years of service
Licensed Commercial Lines Customer Service Associate
3 years of service
Receptionist & Licensed Customer Service Associate
8 years of service
Licensed Personal Lines Customer Service Associate
10 years of service
Licensed Commercial Lines Customer Service Associate/Agent
10 years of service
1 year of service
As your life changes, your independent insurance agent is right there with you. We will periodically review your coverage to keep up with your changing insurance needs. Our goal is to make sure you and your family continually have the best coverage for your insurance.
Need to make a claim? Your independent agent will be right there to assist you through every step of the process. Filing a claim can be scary and confusing. We make it as painless as possible and ensure you get the money you deserve.
We are a founding member of Image of Wisconsin, a group of 42 Independent Insurance agencies strategically place throughout the state of Wisconsin. Their goal is to develop and market insurance programs and to improve their relationships with insurance carriers.
This list represents the primary companies through which we offer policies based on your needs:
“No one could ask for better service! I’ve told others to come to you for insurance as I know the service is the very best and they would be treated fairly.”