Tompkins Insurance Agencies celebrates new office in Brockport

By on May 15, 2017

Tompkins Insurance Agencies, Inc., celebrated the opening of its Brockport office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 4.

Tompkins Insurance Agencies presents a check to the Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf (l-r): David Boyce, President & CEO, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Yvette Alexander, Sales Account Manager, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Kyle Kurkowski, Assistant Vice President, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Terry Marsham, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; Linda Kruchten-Merring, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; David Hale, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf. Provided photo

Tompkins Insurance Agencies presents a check to the Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf (l-r): David Boyce, President & CEO, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Yvette Alexander, Sales Account Manager, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Kyle Kurkowski, Assistant Vice President, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Terry Marsham, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; Linda Kruchten-Merring, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; David Hale, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf. Provided photo

“We take pride in the personalized service we provide to our communities, and we’re excited to be in Brockport,” said David S. Boyce, President and CEO, Tompkins Insurance Agencies. “The Brockport community has been supportive and welcoming of our new office and we are committed to providing unrivaled customer service to those who have trusted us with their insurance needs.”

Tompkins Insurance Agencies opened the Brockport office in January, relocating from nearby Hamlin. The new location established Tompkins Insurance Agencies in a convenient, centrally-located office to support its customers in the area and the entire community. Tompkins Insurance Agencies offers personal insurance, business insurance and employee benefits services. The Brockport office provides service to more than 500 customers in the area.

As part of the event, Tompkins Insurance Agencies presented a donation to the Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf, a not-for-profit organization supported by the churches, service organizations, and the generosity of residents of the Brockport community.

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Attendees of the ribbon cutting ceremony for Tompkins Insurance Agencies in Brockport (l-r): Kathy Didas, Brockport Chamber of Commerce; Tim Spezzano, Senior Vice President, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; David Boyce, President & CEO, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Kyle Kurkowski, Assistant Vice President, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Margaret Blackman, Mayor, Village of Brockport; Yvette Alexander, Sales Account Manager, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Kevin Robertson, WNY Personal Lines Supervisor, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Mike Rockow, Monroe County Legislator, 2nd District; Linda Kruchten-Merring, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; Terry Marsham, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; David Hale, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; Robin Waller, President, Brockport Chamber of Commerce. Provided photo

Attendees of the ribbon cutting ceremony for Tompkins Insurance Agencies in Brockport (l-r): Kathy Didas, Brockport Chamber of Commerce; Tim Spezzano, Senior Vice President, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; David Boyce, President & CEO, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Kyle Kurkowski, Assistant Vice President, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Margaret Blackman, Mayor, Village of Brockport; Yvette Alexander, Sales Account Manager, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Kevin Robertson, WNY Personal Lines Supervisor, Tompkins Insurance Agencies; Mike Rockow, Monroe County Legislator, 2nd District; Linda Kruchten-Merring, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; Terry Marsham, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; David Hale, Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf; Robin Waller, President, Brockport Chamber of Commerce. Provided photo

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