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McCormick Klessig Insurance - Insuring Antigo and All of Wisconsin

Where it all began. McCormick Klessig Insurance is one of Antigo’s oldest business institutions. Our company evolved from an agency started in Antigo in 1888. The Cavers-Klessig Agency was formed in 1962 and the Vassau-McCormick Agency in 1963. Mergers formed the present firm of McCormick-Klessig & Assoc., Ltd. in 1977. We are an independent stock insurance agency selling all forms of insurance. Our accounts number about 6000 divided between personal and commercial accounts.

Our agency’s business mission is to provide individuals, families, small and medium sized businesses with complete coverage of their personal and business risks in all product lines: Commercial; Personal; Life; Accidental; and Health (including group products).

Specializing In Erie Insurance

Erie Insurance has been helping customers since 1925 with their auto, home, business, and life insurance needs.

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