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Welcoming Linda Flanagan to Our Team

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Marshall & Sterling Insurance is pleased to announce that Linda Flanagan has joined the agency as a Sales Executive in the Kingston, NY branch office. Linda focuses on all lines of commercial and personal insurance programs, providing a broad range of commercial liability coverages, property & casualty, workers’ compensation loss control services. Linda provides exceptional insurance services and support to a diverse grouping of industries throughout the Hudson Valley, with an emphasis on insurance programs for Fire Departments, EMS and other emergency service affiliated organizations.

“We are very proud to have Linda join our experienced team here at Marshall & Sterling”, commented Tim Dean, president of Marshall & Sterling Insurance. “She brings tremendous experience and knowledge to our company, particularly in the area of insurance and risk management for emergency services organizations.”

A seasoned veteran of the insurance industry, Linda has finely tuned skills which add tremendous value to her commercial and personal clientele. She attended Ulster County Community College and holds New York State insurance licenses for property & casualty, life and health. Linda insures over 70 emergency service organizations throughout the Hudson Valley, and is a Life Member of the Marbletown First Aid Unit.

Founded in 1864, Marshall & Sterling Insurance is currently ranked 32nd among more than 40,000 privately-held insurance agencies in the United States*, with total annual written premiums in excess of $700 million. An 100% employee-owned company with more than 450 insurance specialists in 24 branch offices in New York, California, Michigan, Florida, Virginia and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Marshall & Sterling has been recognized for exceptional insurance services and best practices throughout the nation, and remains closely tied to the communities it serves.

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*Source: Insurance Journal

 

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