Chazz Okparanta

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Whitby
1614 Dundas St E Unit 104
Whitby, ON
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Chazz Okparanta

You deserve a personalized approach with one-on-one advice and answers to all of your insurance and investment questions. You can also expect service beyond your policy purchase; we'll keep you informed of any changes or new products.

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Sydney Prentice

Sydney Prentice, Associate Insurance Advisor I

Sydney is a key player in the support and development of the agency operation primarily through the sales and servicing of multiple lines of insurance products.

Brittany Bonaparte

Brittany Bonaparte, Client Support Representative

Brittany is responsible for providing quality client service and support to new and existing agency clients.


Awards

- 2015 Triple Crown Club for excellence in client service

- 2016 Triple Crown Club for excellence in client service
- 2016 Executive Builder Recognition for excellence in production and client service

- 2017 Triple Crown Club for excellence in client service
- 2017 Executive Builder Recognition for excellence in production and client service

 


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