Cascade Insurance merges with Leavitt Group Northwest

Leavitt Group has announced that Cascade Insurance Agency has affiliated and merged operations with Leavitt Group Northwest.

Cascade Insurance Agency’s Shelli Trumbull joined Sue Blouin and Bonnie Wallin in Leavitt Group’s Oak Harbor office.

“Leavitt Group is a network of insurance brokers whose collective strength allows members to provide national insurance products and risk management resources to their clients,” a press release states.

With the merger, the combined agency will serve the insurance needs of Whidbey Island as well as the rest of Washington state and surrounding states.

“Leavitt Group shares the same guiding principles of building strong relationships, respect, and trust that have been integral to Cascade Insurance Agency’s success,” said Trumbull. “I look forward to working with local, experienced insurance agents who care about their clients. The additional services available to a large agency provide access to many more benefits for our customers.”

Trumbull has served the local community for over 25 years. She is a certified insurance counselor and accredited customer service representative.

Leavitt Group Northwest has offices in Oak Harbor, Auburn, Everett and University Place. Clients receive employee benefits solutions, property and casualty insurance, risk management, health insurance, and other services.

For information about Leavitt Group, visit www.leavitt.com

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