Thank you for stopping by my office home page. I want to share a little about me and my office. I grew up in Mobile, AL. I joined the US Air Force in 1969. I got assigned to Barksdale Air force Base in 1972 after a remote tour to Southeast Asia during the Vietnam conflict. While at Barksdale I was also assigned to GUAM for 6 months in 1972-1973. After getting out of the regular Air Force in July 1973 I took a job working with the U S Air Force and also stayed in the Air Force Reserve for another 4 years. I resigned that position in May for 1977 once I got appointed to be a State Farm Agent in Bossier City effective June 1st..
I am married to Terri, and we have 3 children Adrian, Megan and Ryan. We have 6 AWESOME grandchildren, Hayley, Will, Luke, Rhett, Raylan and Nora.
I started my State Farm Insurance career on June 1, 1977. I started my agency on the side of an old converted service station on Airline Drive @ Douglas Drive. When I started, there was very little development on Airline and I am very THANKFUL I have grown my Agency as Airline has flourished as the CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT in Bossier City. My office continues to be one of the most engaged State Farm Agencies in Bossier City-Shreveport....Bossier and Caddo Parishes and ALL of the Northwest Louisiana Area.
Even after all these years I thrive to be your first choice for your State Farm Auto Insurance, Homeowner Insurance, Renters Insurance, Mobile home Insurance, Boat Insurance, Life Insurance, Business Insurance and any specialty polices that we may be able to write for you. Although I have been in the insurance business for a long time I have no plans or intentions for retirement. I still enjoy meeting and helping people so I will be around for years to come.
By the way, MY TEAM IS AMAZING and would love to talk to you today.
So please give us a call, email us, or stop by the office today so we may be of service to you. We look forward to meeting all your insurance needs. We would love to discuss your car, home, life insurance and business insurance needs.