Article of the Week: Health Care Services, LLC – The Owensboro Times

With 16 years of experience in the industry, Scott O’Bryan opened Affordable Health Care Insurance in 2006. O’Bryan initially focused its services on seniors but has since expanded and expanded to include the years offer more insurance.

O’Bryan began his career at Prudential and Andy Anderson Insurance before joining with his sister Alice Crabtree to form Affordable Care. Crabtree decided to retire during the pandemic and sold his share of the company to his grandson Cody Stone.

Stone graduated from high school in 2013 and started working with the agency in 2014. With nearly a decade of experience under her belt, she said she couldn’t help but think. to do something else.

“We take the time to compare plans and determine the best options for each person,” Stone said. “We can handle individual policies, help people with KYNECT, and guide individuals nearing retirement age. We want to help people down the right path.”

One of the agency’s specialties is selling Medicare products, and because they are an independent agency, they have the competitive advantage of download plans through many companies.

O’Bryan said the group continues to benefit from referrals thanks to a supportive community.

“A lot of people in the community refer us – that’s how we work,” he said. “I’m always ‘talking Owensboro.’ It’s a wonderful place to raise a family and do business.”

O’Bryan, who served several terms on the board of the then-Elizabeth Mundy Community Center, also enjoys being just three minutes from his office. He said that job representatives from Indiana, Ohio, and other places often visit and often show how much they love Owensboro.

Additional services in Affordable Care include life, dental, vision, travel, and long-term care insurance, annuity, and Medicare. To learn more or for a free estimate, visit affordablecareinsuranceky.com.

Stone’s mother, Terry, also works for the agency, making it the family’s biggest business, and that’s exactly what they love.

“It’s a family business in every sense of the word,” Stone said. “We treat our customers like family and always do what’s right for them.”

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