So here we are on the doorstep of Christmas 2016. Once again, I find myself being grateful for another great year - working with wonderful customers such as yourself. The agency continues to grow and prosper and we continue to solve insurance problems and fill insurance needs for so many every day. Thank you for letting us serve you with your insurance.
From our great staff here at the agency, my wonderful family and me, we hope you have a wonderful Christmas and may 2017 be full of grace, peace, and joy for you and those around you.
This is my Crew - all 19 of us! A RICH man am I!
Of course, I have to post Mimi & Poppy with the grandkids!
And yes - there are those CRAZY moments when it looks just about like this!
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you with all things insurance in the months and years ahead!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
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