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Protecting What Matters Most

Protecting What Matters Most As we close out one year, and look toward another, we often think about our planning. Understandable not something everyone wants to think about, but this is a great time to consider your life insurance needs. How do you protect those you love, or ensure your business is able to continue…
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NOTICE OF YOUR PRIVACY RIGHTS FOR FINANCIAL & MEDICAL INFORMATION This is our privacy notice to our clients. When we use the words "you" and "your" we mean the following types of customers: All of our clients who have a continuing relationship with us, such as: Personal Insurance Commercial Insurance Life/Health/Disability Insurance All persons (individuals)…
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In The Community

In The Community We were pleased to partner with "Ruck Up" this past year, as our Charity of Choice. Ruck Up is local Veteran's organization that reaches out to Veteran's of Good Service, for the purpose of advocacy, counseling and outreach, aiding in time of need, and strengthening by association, Veterans who are in crisis,…
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Did You Know?

CONSTRUCTION COSTS AND COVID Many people have done renovations to their homes during Covid. They have added swimming pools, decks, garages, game rooms, or renovated their kitchens and bathrooms. Prices on building materials have gone up over 200% in the last ten months and the time to acquire building materials has gone from immediate delivery…
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“Six Feet Apart” and “You’re on Mute”

“Six Feet Apart” and “You’re on Mute” This heading reflects the many new terms and phrases we had to learn in 2020. This past year will clearly go down as the year of sorrow, uncertainty and panic due to COVID-19. But it also will be the year remembered for caring, compassion and heroes. Everyone of…
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