Monthly Archives: December 2013

Dutton’s McNeil Insurance Keeps Families Warm This Winter

On December 16th, Bonnie Vowel General Manager of McNeil Insurance in Dutton gave 40 plus blankets for families staying in Women’s Place – Elgin’s Emergency Shelter.  Bonnie and her office colleagues also purchased themselves 10 sets of personal care and gift items for women fleeing violence in their homes.  On behalf of the women and children we serve – thank you!

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Yarmouth Mutual Fire Insurance Company Helps 40 Women & Children This Christmas

On December 11th, Alaina Vaughan Agent with and Iris Brown President of Yarmouth Mutual Fire Insurance Company came with loads of toys and gifts. “We are so happy to do this! We really wanted to make sure that every child and every family gets the gift of Christmas.  So we decided to make Christmas happen for 16 children and 24 women who have been abused.  We want them to know we care and we are there to help” noted Alaina Vaughan from Yarmouth Mutual.  Thank you for your kindness – it will indeed be felt Christmas morning on the hearts of the women and children we serve.

As a mutual insurance company, Yarmouth Mutual is owned by its policyholders and aims to provide our insureds with a quality competitive insurance product, delivered with personal professional service.  We have been proudly located in St. Thomas since 1881 and serve our community with residential, auto, commercial, and farm insurance.

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Omni Insurance Brings Teddy Bears & Funds to Help Make Christmas Bright

On December 9th, Susan Robertson from Omni Insurance and her office colleagues collected $302 for helping ensure Christmas gifts for all families who have fled violence.
Susan also brought along teddy bears for all too.  Thank you so much for remembering women and children especially at this time of year!

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