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Wilson Joins Eastern Shore Associates As Commercial Lines Representative

Peggy Wilson has joined Eastern Shore Associates Insurance (ESA), a Trusted Choice® agency, Fulton, as a Commercial Lines Representative, it was announced Robert K. Wallace, agency president and CEO.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome Peggy to our ESA team where she will be assisting our clients with cost quotes for new business and helping our customers in the small business and municipalities sectors,” Wallace said.

Peggy Wilson has joined Eastern Shore Associates Insurance (ESA), a Trusted Choice® agency, Fulton, as a Commercial Lines Representative, it was announced Robert K. Wallace, agency president and CEO.

Wilson, an insurance professional for over 13 years, resides in Central Square with her husband. They have five daughters: Jennifer, Tonya, Ashley, Carrie, and Kecia.

Headquartered in Fulton, Eastern Shore Associates is an ESOP (employee stock owned) company. ESA offers a full range of business and personal insurance, including property, liability, automobile, boats, farms, recreational vehicles, workers compensation, and bonds. In addition, they offer financial planning and risk management services.

“Our agency roots date back to 1846,” said Wallace. “And we have more than 100 years of continuous representation with some of our insurance companies. In 2011, we will be celebrating our 25th anniversary!

“Other services include commercial risk analysis, loss control, and employee benefits. We also meet the insurance needs of many New York municipalities, schools, and emergency services.”

Eastern Shore Associates Insurance is an independent agency with offices in Fulton, Mexico, Camillus, Oswego, Pulaski, Hannibal, Phoenix, Camden, Waterloo, Rochester, Walworth and Felt Mills. ESA’s main office is in Fulton at 598-6000 and on-line at  www.esainsurance.com

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