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Andrew Koehl has recently been named Vice President for Compass Insurance Services. Andrew will focus on agency growth and operations. Prior to joining Compass Insurance, Andrew was the Director of Sales and Business Development for Aspirus Arise Health Plan, a 2015 start-up in North Central Wisconsin. Andrew holds a B.A.A. from Lakeland University J. Garland Schilcutt School of Business and Entrepreneurship. Andrew lives in Wausau with his wife Erica and two sons, Bode


Don't be like this guy....... Give us a call to set up an appointment during Open Enrollment which runs November 1 - December 15, 2018 for coverage starting January 1, 2019 We hope to hear from you - 715-693-0100


Lisa Janis has recently been named Personal Lines Account Manager for Compass Insurance Services working in their Kronenwetter and Wausau, WI locations. Janis joins Compass Insurance Services with over 10 years of insurance expertise which started at Ventura Pacific Insurance in California and most recently in the Wausau area for an independent agency and American Family. In addition to her work in the insurance industry, Lisa is very active – in the winter Lisa’s hobby job


West Bend Mutual Insurance Company in West Bend, Wis. has announced that Compass Insurance Services, Inc. in Kronenwetter recently achieved $5 million in sales with West Bend. Compass Insurance Services is also one of West Bend's Silver Circle Agencies, a prestigious honor given to the company’s top-producing independent insurance agencies. Compass Insurance has represented West Bend since 1998 "We have recognized Compass Insurance Services as a leader not only in the greater Wausau area, but as


PRESS RELEASE   Local Agency Honored   Kronenwetter, Wisconsin – January 31, 2017 - COMPASS INSURANCE SERVICES in Kronenwetter was honored by West Bend Mutual Insurance Company in West Bend, Wisconsin for outstanding performance in the company’s agency incentive program, Partners In Excellence. COMPASS INSURANCE SERVICES was also named to the President’s Round Table, an honor accorded the 15-highest scoring agencies.   Partners In Excellence is a program that measures three areas of agency performance: profitability, agency growth, and


This is a great time to review your insurance coverage to make sure all of these items are covered properly. While the idea of losing your gift could be heartbreaking, the gift itself can be replaced– but only if you have sufficient insurance coverage in place. Otherwise, you could be stuck paying the bulk of the replacement bill yourself. Most homeowners and rental insurance policies do include coverage for personal items such as jewelry


Did you, or someone you know recently have a "Qualifying Life Event" and need help with health insurance? Call us within 60 days of the event to see the options we can assist you with. Qualifying Events: A change in your situation – like getting married, having a baby, or losing health coverage – that can make you eligible for a Special Enrollment Period, allowing you to enroll in health insurance outside the yearly Open Enrollment


Having a new teenage driver in the house can be as exciting as it is nerve-wracking. How do you balance your teen’s new freedom with your concerns for his or her safety? The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has a number of resources available for parents that are worth looking at: Teen Driver Fact Sheet List of Safe Vehicles for Teens In comparison to drivers age 20 and older, teens have a crash rate that


Compass Insurance Services personnel recently attended a Continuing Education session that highlighted the latest fire prevention and protection technologies available. Fireproof primer paint. This paint is proven to prevent the spread of flames and reduce smoke levels to aid in the protection of life and property. A 5-gallon bucket costs about $325 and is now available at Sherwin Williams and Home Depot. Self-activating fire extinguishers. These extinguishers are available in a variety of Some are designed


Since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed, there have been a number of measurable and important effects — including lowering the uninsured rate to its lowest in 50 years. The rate of uninsured persons dropped from nearly 16 percent in 2009, to approximately 9 percent — the lowest uninsured rate in 50 years. Thirty-two states opted to expand Medicaid to families that make up to 138 percent of the federal poverty line under the ACA. This led