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Millennium Insurance Agency Merges With Leavitt Group Four Corners

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Leavitt Group is pleased to announce that Millennium Insurance Agency has merged with Leavitt Group Four Corners.

Leavitt Group is pleased to announce that Millennium Insurance Agency has merged with Leavitt Group Four Corners.  In the combined operations, Millie Howle and Terry Hayes are partners along with the current co-owner, Ryan Woolverton.

“We were looking to secure the future of our agency for our employees and clients,” said Howle.  “Leavitt Group allows our agency to maintain its culture while providing the tools and resources to perpetuate our business and better serve our clients.”

Howle has worked in the insurance industry since 1974.  She specializes in commercial and personal insurance.  She has earned the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation and is a Farmington Chamber of Commerce Redcoat Ambassador.

Hayes started in the insurance business in 1982 and provides life and health insurance and employee benefits.  He earned the Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow, a longstanding industry designation, and is a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) and the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU).

Ken Gehrke, a producer in the agency, started in the insurance business in 1973 with an insurance company as an underwriter.  He focuses on commercial lines clients.

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