I am proud to be a part of your risk management team. We will work together to ensure that your lifestyle is protected today and in the future. My experience as a business owner, administrator and human resource manager awards me the unique position to leverage my knowledge to best serve you. I am here to assist you with understanding your risks and helping you make the best decision for you and your family.
What advice can you give families in purchasing insurance for the first time?
I suggest that you start with an open discussions with your agent in regards to your current status and what your future looks like. Work with someone that you trust has your best interest first. Don’t be afraid to ask your agent questions as they come up. And finally, keep your agent updated on what is happening in your life – child attending college out of state, you become self employed, you inherited your great aunt’s silver or you’re remodeling your bathroom. Each of these events can impact your insurance and your agent can help you prepare the best course for you. (edited)
Why did you join First Underwriters?
First Underwrites gives me the opportunity to work with people in my community and beyond. I strive to offer the solutions for risk management for our clients. This offers me a chance to get to meet people and know that I can make a small but important difference in their life. It is important to me that I work and am associated with people of high integrity. Not only does First Underwriters meet the critera, we have a lot of fun together.
When you are not at work, what is your favorite thing to be doing?
I love being with my family. I come from a large family and we all live close to each other. Getting together with my parents, siblings, children and extended family and friends; be it for lunch, a holiday party or a sister’s weekend, is what re-engerizes me. I enjoy sharing childhood memories with our adult children and creating new ones. My husband and I share our home two crazy Jack Russell Terriers. They bring much joy and laughter into our lives (sometimes frustration – but mostly joy).