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75 Years & Counting . . .


2022 marks our 75th year caring for the insurance needs of our customers. That sort of longevity is uncommon and it is a blessing that flows from three sources.

First, God almighty, who has seen fit to bless the efforts of M.G. Adams and then his son Norman E. Adams to build an agency with a reputation for outstanding service and rare expertise.

Second, we thank our customers who have rewarded those efforts with their trust, loyalty, and friendship. Many of those relationships have lasted decades through multiple generations.

Third, we thank our team members throughout the years who have built a culture over the last 75 years that prizes customer service and cultivates insurance expertise.

These are all essential, and we are grateful for them. We promise to keep these first things first in the coming decades and never take them for granted.

2022 will also bring important changes in our leadership team as well.

After 58 years in insurance, Norman E. Adams will be stepping down as President of Adams Insurance Service, Inc. Andy Adams will be stepping into that position effective January 1st of 2022.

Andy has been serving as Vice President and General Counsel for Adams Insurance since 2002 and he is well suited for the role. Andy and his sister, Tracy Dacus, Vice President of Personal Lines will make this the third generation to operate Adams Insurance. Norman will continue to serve as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Adams Insurance Service, Inc.

We want to take this opportunity to thank you for 75 years of trust and loyalty. Throughout this time, Adams Insurance has remained an independent and family-owned insurance agency and we will continue to do so. Norman has instilled in us a resolve to never take a customer for granted. That continues through 2022 and beyond.

We pray that God will continue to bless our efforts and continue our friendships and trust with our customers. Thank you and Happy New Year!

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