A Trusted Choice for Over 30 Years
Will Marshall Insurance Broker’s mission is to provide insurance advice, advocacy, integrity and dependability to make a positive difference for our clients. With a long history of loyalty and service, our roots can be traced back to 1983.
In 1983, Will Marshall, working at the Simcoe District Co-Op in Barrie, left his eleven-year administrative position to join in a partnership with his brother Douglas G. Marshall as a registered insurance broker in Orillia. Will’s long term goal was to grow the Orillia office and expand into other areas of Simcoe County.
In 1989, Will incorporated Will Marshall Insurance Brokers and, in 1991, amalgamated the Orillia office under the same corporate name. Many of the relationships Will made during his sojourn with Simcoe District Co-Op formed the foundation of our brokerage today. Will’s passion in his new environment contributed to the ongoing success of the brokerage.
Today, we’re proud to provide Barrie and Orillia with expert advice and individualized attention, helping our clients find the insurance policy that’s perfect for their families and their businesses.
I’ve purchased my insurance here for 10 years and I’ve always had nothing but an incredible experience dealing with the talented and highly professional staff at Will Marshall.
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