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Happy New Year

New Year Holiday Hours

Phil Richard Insurance Holiday Hours: We will be closing today, Friday, December 30th @ 2pm and re-opening on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017. Wishing all of our friends and family a safe and wonderful New Year!

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Tough Warrior Princess Survivor Basket

Community Spotlight: Patty Mellon, Supporting Women Affected By Cancer One Basket at a Time

  Imagine: You are a mom, a wife, and hard-working full time professional. Your life is beautiful, you are successful. Everyday stress is there, but manageable. Then, you get diagnosed with cancer. What do you do? In her case, Patty Mellon chose to become a warrior, build an army, and go to battle. When the idea of the Community Spotlight Project at Phil Richard Insurance came about, one of the…

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Introducing: Referral Rewards Program

Introducing: Our Referral Rewards Program A referral is the best compliment we can receive at Phil Richard Insurance, and we reward you for it. Refer a friend and receive $10 in gift cards as a Thank You from us. Our goal is to help both our clients and our community, no matter what. Do you know someone in need of help? Whether it’s a simple question, a review of coverage,…

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Veteran’s Day Gratitude: Facts and Stats

  Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and Nov. 11 became a national holiday beginning in 1938. Veterans Day is not to be confused with Memorial Day–a common misunderstanding, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Memorial Day (the fourth Monday in May) honors American…

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Let Us Guide You This Halloween Season

As Halloween 2016 approaches on the North Shore, heavy tourism can cause more than a few accidents, losses, or claims on your car or your home. In the case of a loss, we took some tips from Safety Insurance on what to expect filing your first one:

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Elias Andrinnopolous

Community Spotlight: The Other ‘New Brother,’ Artist and Writer Elias Andrinopoulos

By: Jacqui Richard How Does He Do It?  Sporadic memories from childhood overcome every time when walking into New Brothers Deli in Danvers Square. Family lunch after church, breakfast as a teenager after a long, exhausting weekend, or coming home for break during college years and meeting with my dad, Phil, at his favorite lunch spot, all come to the surface. Nostalgia aside, as an adult it’s become a fountain…

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Phil Richard Supports the 2016 Greater Boston Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Phil Richard has a personal connection to Alzheimer’s. His father, Phil Talbot Richard, died from Alzheimer’s Disease on September 18, 2013. He was a man who had worked tirelessly throughout his life to care for and support his family. Even today, Phil and his brother, Nathan, are inspired by their father’s strong work ethic. To see such a great man struggle with Alzheimer’s was extremely difficult, and Phil knows he’s…

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The Richard Family visits deli owner, Kary Andrinopolous

Community Spotlight: New Brothers Deli’s Kary Andrinopoulos Poet at Heart

Danvers residents know Kary Andrinopoulos as the beloved and respected co-owner of New Brothers Deli in Danvers Square, where loyal patrons have enjoyed authentic Greek cuisine and attentive service across generations. Kary is regarded as a mover and shaker in our community, and has even held the title of “Honorary Mayor of Danvers,” bestowed on him by the Danvers Rotary Club in 2011 and again in 2013. Inside Brothers, the…

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Peabody flood damage

Important Facts About Flood Insurance

You may not realize that your existing homeowners or commercial property insurance policy will not cover you for flood damage.   We’ve all seen the devastating impact flooding can have in high-risk areas across the country, like in Houston, Texas, a city that saw damages from spring flooding costing upwards of $14 million (Source: Claims Journal), and a string of West Virginia towns where the June floods damaged 4,000 homes…

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Community Spotlight: Nancy Frates and the Story of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Interview by: Jacqui Richard Setting: New Brother’s Deli in Danvers Square Everyone thinks about it, or tries not to. What if you received a devastating diagnosis…what would you do? Nancy Frates, is now a very busy woman.  This is the story of the the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and how the love of a family created a global movement. Originating in Beverly, Massachusetts in 2012, her family touched over half the globe.…

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