Ed Poe Agency

Ed Poe Insurance Agency is owned by Bob Vanderbilt & Eric Mauseth. The business was originally started in 1948 by Ed Poe in the back office of the historic building that is currently occupied by the Cutting Edge.  Bob joined his father-in-law (Ed Poe) in 1970 and Eric Mauseth joined his father-in-law (Bob Vanderbilt) in 1993. Altogether, the 3 generations have run a successful business for 70 years.

Bob originally started as an agent before becoming owner and worked for 48 years building a successful business. In recent years though, Bob has scaled back on the day to day operational duties and now oversees the public relations department….visiting with clients when they stop by the office.  Eric, co-owner in the business, is also an agent and services crop, farm, commercial, auto and life insurance. In addition to Bob and Eric, Ed Poe Insurance currently has 4 full time employees, Chris Olberding, Patricia Orr, Tai Casey, and Robb Vanderbilt, and 1-part time employee, Nigel Orr. Providing insurance for auto, home, farm, life, and commercial, Ed Poe Agency works with many different insurance companies, so they’re able to compare quotes, finding the best rate and insurance for each individual customer. Notary services are also available.

Ed Poe Insurance Agency is not only an important staple in our business league but also has a long history of supporting events, activities, and projects that contribute to the betterment of our schools and community.

To take care of your insurance needs, stop by where they are happy to help everyone who walks in their door. Open 5 days a week from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Ed Poe Agency is located at 103 S Columbia Ave or can be reached at 509-234-2421.


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PO BOX 156 Connell, WA

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