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Gail Williams, State Farm Insurance

by Susan Shalhoub

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The Gail Williams State Farm Insurance office in Sanford welcomes visitors with a well-trained, knowledgeable, and engaging staff that is eager and qualified to answer questions about auto, home, life, disability, and commercial insurance.

Backing this fully-trained team is Gail Williams, CLU, an agent with State Farm since 1987. Her office is located on Rinehart Road in the Sam’s Club Plaza. Gail knows from personal experience the value insurance can provide at the most challenging time a family can face. 

Gail has served thousands of clients over the past three decades. She says trust is key to her client relationships.  
“People count on me to have the appropriate coverages in place when the unexpected happens, for the peace of mind that they will recover from their loss,” says Gail.  

Gail and her team work hard to show clients the value of acquiring life insurance and long-term care insurance as early as possible, when it’s most affordable. With a son diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma at age six, Gail understands – better than most – that the unexpected can happen at any time, not just when we are older. Her son recently graduated from college.

Gail specializes in life insurance and received her professional designation from the American College with her certification as a Chartered Life Underwriter, CLU. She started her career with State Farm in 1980 as a Life Insurance Underwriter, gaining valuable knowledge and training.

Insurance, Gail says, is more about the living benefits life insurance provides.

“It’s about leaving a legacy,” she says.

Term life insurance policies are the most affordable, Gail explains. Whole life insurance policies provide cash value –which clients can access if needed during their lifetime.

Gail’s clients also benefit from the convenience of State Farm Bank. State Farm has a virtual bank that offers competitive rates on a variety of banking products: savings, checking, CDs, mortgages, and a Visa card with rewards for insurance purchases and everyday purchases. Most of these products can be originated at Gail’s office. 

For existing clients, Gail reviews their policies each year to ensure all information is up to date and the coverage details          are appropriate.

“State Farm is a company of integrity,” Gail says. And that integrity ultimately benefits her many clients.

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