Mission Statement: “To treat our clients needs as though they were our own” PAR Insurance Agency is committed to a high standard of excellence, mutual trust and professional service.
PAR Insurance Agency Inc. was founded in 1948 as the Parsons Insurance Agency. It was incorporated in 1966 as Parsons Associated Agencies Inc. as a full service property and casualty independent insurance agency providing auto insurance, homeowners insurance, business insurance, and life insurance. The current ownership has been with the agency since 1975.
In 1998 we changed the name of the agency to PAR Insurance Agency Inc. The staff is made up of myself, Tom Strichek, President, and I currently handle agency operation and commercial lines production. My daughter, Pamela DuPonty, Secretary/Treasurer who has been with the agency since 1983 and is the commercial lines customer service representative and a commercial lines producer. My son, Rodney Strichek, Vice-President, who has been with the agency since 1995 and is responsible for writing life insurance, health insurance and employee benefit plans, along with overseeing the personal lines production. Cheryl Drombosky has been with us since 1999 as a personal lines customer service representative and is currently writing and servicing our personal lines customers.
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