EPB&B is proud to be recognized by our employees as a great place to work.
EPBB team members Made Strides Against Breast Cancer
The ISU Group of Companies. Now partnered with EPB&B.
In 2016, EPB&B raised $20,000 for the Oregon Music Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund.
EPB&B has been advocating for our customers since 1950, and remains one of the largest locally-owned insurance agencies in the Pacific Northwest.
Our business model is based on integrity and world-class service. We help protect thousands of local residents and businesses.
We support many local charities.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions empowers homeless families with children to get back into housing - and stay there.
Congratulations to 2017 Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Scholarship winner Jonathon Wolotira. By age eight the guitar was Jonathon’s passion, due largely to the influence of San Diego rock band, Switchfoot. Today at Pendleton High School, Jonathon participates as singer, percussionist and guitarist in three choral and four band ensembles. The OMHOF scholarship will help Jonathon begin his studies at Blue Mountain Community College where he anticipates performing in musical theater productions. He will complete his degree at Whitworth University in Biophysics/Pre-Medicine with a minor in Music Ministry.
Today two long-time EPBB employees celebrated anniversaries with the company.
Kathy Cerkoney (Commercial Lines Account Manager) has been here 20 years!
Jeffrey Bruss (Systems Administrator) has been here 10 years!
Time sure flies when you're having fun...
For the 4th straight year, EPB&B has won The Oregonian's Top Workplaces in Oregon.
This award is especially important to us because it's all based on employee feedback. We owe all our success to the smart, innovative, and hardworking people that make up EPB&B.
Well we all survived Portland Snowpocalypse 2017. We are happy to report that we are open and ready to assit with all of your insurance needs - especially any weather-related claims. Here are a couple of pictures from the office taken by a few intrepid employees who faced the 10+ inches of snow to open the office and make sure those of us working from home could connect. Special thanks to Shelly Kidman and Julie Dunne for the photographs and help with IT matters.