Warren Schnoor

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Lacombe
5033 52nd St
Lacombe, AB
T4L2A6

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Warren Schnoor

Advantage Insurance Group (2006) Inc. is comprised of 10 staff including specialists in life and disability, farm and commercial and home, auto and travel insurance.


Our goal is to provide superior service to all our clients through our experienced and friendly staff. Give us an opportunity to earn your business and you will not be disappointed!


Call us at our toll free number 1-877-782-2930 to talk to one of our trained professionals. After hour appointments are also available. 


The Co-operators is proud to be 100% Canadian owned.

Get to know our team


Jordan Schnoor

Jordan Schnoor, Associate Insurance/Financial Advisor

Jordan Schnoor has a BComm and has been working with The Co-operators since 2009. Jordan successfully worked his way through various roles and successfully managed a Co-operators agency in Vancouver from 2012 to 2015, when he and his wife made the decision to move to central Alberta to join his father, Warren, and the team at Advantage Insurance Group in Lacombe.

“I grew up being exposed to this positive work atmosphere and am very proud to work alongside my dad as a second-generation Co-operators Financial Advisor. I find it really satisfying to work with our clients, getting to know their businesses and their families, finding the right solutions that protect the things that matter most and help them to plan ahead for financial success. It has been a great experience getting to know the people within the Lacombe community.”

Chris Mantel

Chris Mantel, Associate Insurance/Financial Advisor

Chris is an Associate Insurance Advisor who began working for The Co-operators in Lacombe in 2004. He specializes in Farm, Life and Disability insurance. Chris enjoys interacting with our Farm clients and finding solutions for their insurance needs. Chris graduated from The King’s University in Edmonton with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2003. Chris’s recreational activities include camping, fishing, fantasy football, and watching the never-ending Oilers rebuild.


Karen Stingel

Karen Stingel, Associate Insurance Advisor

Karen Stingel is an Associate Insurance Advisor who began her career with The Co-operators in 2004. Since that time, she has obtained her Level II Insurance Licence and her Certified Insurance Professional (CIP) designation in 2013. She has expanded her role from specializing in Auto and Home insurance to include Business Insurance. As per expectations of her current role in the insurance industry, she is always on a quest for education and knowledge. "What keeps me interested in Business insurance is that not one business is exactly the same as another. There is such diversity in commercial operations that it is a very interesting position to be in."

Shelly Baker

Shelly Baker, Associate Insurance Advisor

Shelly started with The Co-operators as a client first and began her career representing The Co-operators with the agency in Lacombe in February of 2009. She went on to achieve her Level 2 General Insurance licence in June of 2009 and specializes in Auto, Travel and Home Insurance. She is constantly expanding her knowledge of insurance products through training courses and continuing study. She enjoys helping clients, providing them with great client service and can always be found with a cup of coffee in her hands.


Brody Nelson

Brody Nelson, Associate Insurance/Financial Advisor

Brody Nelson is an Associate Financial Advisor. Brody started his career with The Co-operators in 2012. Previously, Brody worked in the banking industry putting his business degree he obtained from Walla Walla University to good use as a Banking Lender, Training Consultant and finally Branch Manager.

Brody works primarily as a Life, Wealth and Disability Advisor as well as specializing in Home and Farm insurance. “What I enjoy most about my position with The Co-operators is informing my clients about the coverage they will have as well as creating a comprehensive plan that will create success for the entire family.”

Gerlinde Visser

Gerlinde Visser, Associate Insurance Advisor

Gerlinde started with The Co-operators in Lacombe in June of 2006. She quickly obtained her Level 1 Insurance Licence, continuing on to study and receive her Level 2 Insurance Licence. With her extensive experience in Auto, Home, and Travel insurance, she enjoys working with her clients to ensure they are taken care of with all of their insurance needs.


Caralyn Sydenham

Caralyn Sydenham, Associate Insurance Advisor

I grew up in the Lacombe area my whole life. What I like about Lacombe is the hometown feel and the great people. I enjoy working at The Co-operators. My goal at The Co-operators is to give our clients the best service possible and to cover all their insurance needs.

Judah Knip

Judah Knip, Associate Insurance Advisor

I was born and raised in Lacombe. After getting married, my wife and I decided to stay in Lacombe because we love the sense of community and the small town feel that comes with it. Lacombe has always been home. I coach football here in town and I enjoy being able to give back to the community. I started at The Co-operators in the Fall of 2018 and I look forward to being able to help clients and make their experience here a positive one.


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