In Judy's words...
I began my career at Town & Country Insurance back in 2011 as a licensed agent. Since then, I have completed the training to achieve my C.I.S.R. designation. With a background in accounting, I understand the importance of value when helping my clients choose a protection plan that works for them. And as a mother of teens, I can identify with the challenges parents of teen-drivers face, from premium rates to reliable vehicles to the importance of good grades.
Growing up in the area, I also know many of the community members and business owners, and I am familiar with their unique needs and history.
Outside work, I am a busy mom of three: Easton, Gracie & Mallory. All three are active in sports (football, hockey, volleyball, softball) and I spend the majority of my non-working life driving to practice, attending games & supporting their teams! (East Central Schools and Moose Lake Area Hockey.) In those rare "spare" moments I get, I enjoy spending time with my husband Mike and trying new recipes.
I am proud of...
- After being a licensed agent since 2011, I received my Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation in 2019! This thorough training & certification process helps me navigate the "fine print" of insurance policies to better serve my customers.
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