Q: White type of business services or products do you provide?

A: We protect our customers and their families by servicing and selling insurance products such as auto, home, life, business and financial services.

Q: What are some exciting things happening in our business?

A: Our business is growing and we moved into a new office in April of this year. We acquired another agency and hired one of the best all-around servicing and selling agents to help take care of our valued customers.

Q: What is your background and how did you come to be in this business?

A: I started in the body shop business in 1976 and started my own shop in the early ’80s. I worked closely with all insurance companies and found the agency business intriguing. After exploring many different agencies I selected the Farmers Insurance Agency based on my own experiences with customers and their claims. I started with Farmers over 23 years ago.

Q: What are your special interests?

A: I am dedicated to making a difference in Ahwatukee by volunteering for many local organizations. I belong to several community organizations and sit on the board of the Ahwatukee Foothills Family YMCA, along with being a new board member for the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce. I am a major fundraiser for the Desert Vista Baseball Boosters, Strong Kids Campaign and March of Dimes. In my spare time I enjoy traveling with my family and friends and like to golf, go boating, water ski and snowboarding. You can catch me playing the guitar with my buddies at Fired Up Grill on Friday nights.

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