|Marc Baker and Wolter vanDoorninck, owners of EPB&B|
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Marc Baker, President of Elliott, Powell, Baden & Baker is proud to announce a new partnership with ISU Insurance Agency Network. “We are honored to have been invited to affiliate with the ISU Network. This partnership allows us to maintain our independent local presence while providing additional resources and markets to our current and future customers,” Baker remarked.
Steve Pearson, President of ISU Insurance Network added, “EPB&B is a leading agency in Oregon with innovative marketing strategies and a company culture that promotes world class service for their customers. Being a ‘Top Workplaces’ award winner year after year validates EPB&B’s mission to work hard, provide outstanding customer service and give back to the community”.
ISU Network is an invitation only membership organization with 180 midsized agencies controlling $2.6B of premium in 30 states. Member agencies maintain local ownership and their complete independence while leveraging the strength and resources of the premiere insurance network with offices from coast to coast.
We are beyond thrilled to have landed at number three on the Portland Business Journal's list of Top Insurance Agencies in Portland. We are the only "local" insurance agency in the top four. We don't need to be the biggest, we just want to be the best. Way to go team EPB&B !!
Ever since Molly asked her parents for a flute when she was seven years old, her passion has been playing music. She continues to play the flute, but her big "ah-ha moment" came when she decided to give the bassoon a try during her freshman year and there was simply no going back. It was an odd, love-at-first play sort of experience. Congratulations to Molly Burke of Summit High School in Bend.
Great time with all of the kids at The Blazer Game watching our Portland Trail Blazers beat the Orlando Magic.
Kyle's parents took him to a music store the summer before his sixth grade year and he chose the saxophone because it looked the most shiny and complicated. He credits his middle school jazz and concert band director, Ms Foley with getting him excited about jazz during his eighth grade year and five years later, he still loves it.
Kyle plans to study at Berklee College of Music this coming year as a performance major. Congratulations to Kyle Zimmerman.