William P. Andrews started the agency in an office out of his home in Baraboo, Wisconsin in 1986. He moved out of his home office into our current location in 2008 to better serve our clients with the changing healthcare laws.
There are many agencies in the marketplace, but when you choose the Andrews Agency you get us in the package along with our expertise & principles we hold dear.
We are dedicated to operating with honesty & integrity to serve your every insurance need.
Ike started in the insurance business with Rowley and Schullenberger in 1986. Under the mentorship of these two fine individuals Ike was offered an unheard of opportunity. He was allowed to break out on his own and start his own agency with all of his current clients. Like most who have been in the insurance industry, it was difficult to get going, especially with a wife and young daughter at home. With the support of his loving wife Mary, Ike persevered. Ike was and is a strong member and Chamber Ambassador for the Baraboo Chamber of Commerce and a member of Reedsburg’s chamber of commerce. In 2009 he moved his office out of his home into its current location to better serve his clients with the new federal marketplace. Ike has built up amazing friendships and relationships within the community. In 2022 Ike decided to step away from the day to day running of the agency and ownership passed along to Cory; whom he mentored up in the business since 2006. Ike is staying on part-time and still writing business, but is enjoying spending time racing with his classic cars.
Margo started with Andrews Agency in 2013 and became a licensed agent. Margo is the office manager of the office and is the main point of contact if you call. She handles any scheduling of appointments for our agents, any policy changes, billing questions, and claims assistance.
Cory started with Andrews Agency in 2006 and became a licensed agent. Cory is licensed in Health, Life, Series 6 and Series 63 licenses. Cory became the principal of the agency when Ike semi-retired July 2022.