For over 35 years, Kevin Morency proudly follows a simple, win-win combination for businesses small and large:
- Cost-effective insurance coverage for each client to help protect the family business and assets in the event of a loss.
- Personalized customer service that exceeds expectations.
In 2016, Kevin opened the doors of Morency & Associates, Inc. near Nashville, TN. Like his father and two brothers, he joined the insurance business after college when he opened his Nationwide office in Naperville, Illinois in 1985. Later he had the opportunity to work with his father George and brother Rich at Morency, Weible & Sapa. There he expanded his experience as an independent insurance agent and broker with large Property and Casualty accounts. From 1992 to 2015, Kevin worked as a partner and Vice President at Brian Feltes & Associates, Inc. in St. Charles, IL.
Kevin began developing his web presence in 2005 so he could focus on specific industries in multiple states. By becoming a local agent with a multi-state perspective on specialty business insurance, he was able to move his book of business to Tennessee and open his own agency. The move to Tennessee offers new opportunities and allows us to be closer to extended family.
Kevin serves clients through Specialty Insurance Programs in Tennessee, Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Kevin volunteered at the annual Special Olympic Spring Games every April, providing lunch to over 1100 athletes, coaches and volunteers. He’s active in a variety of community groups plus the Knights of Columbus.
Rebecca Morency has worked behind the scenes of Kevin’s insurance business since 1992, handling the books since the beginning.
As the kids got older, she started her own company setting up QuickBooks for small businesses from start-up to seven-figures in sales. When one of these clients asked how to grow the business, she learned about websites and other online and offline marketing strategies.
Kevin asked her to handle marketing his business, so she developed his web presence by focusing on the different businesses he represented.
The internet allows Kevin to help companies in specific industries in fourteen states.