Connecticut Insurance – Stafford Springs
Independent Agent Since 1865
Penny Hanley & Howley Insurance located in Stafford Springs, Connecticut is your our local Connecticut Insurance agency providing you a variety of insurance needs from Auto, Home, Life, Small Business and Commercial. Providing over 30 carriers for your Insurance needs.
Penny Hanley and Howley Insurance agency has been in business in Connecticut since 1865 and family owned since 1968 by Tony Guglielmo and now his daughter Kristin Guglielmo. We are an independent insurance agency which means we provide our customers with a variety of choices for your Connecticut Insurance needs. We have a strong commitment to community and we are actively involved in supporting our businesses and residents of our community. With 7 employees and 120 years of combined experience our knowledgeable staff is ready to help you.
We are also licensed to write insurance in the state of Massachusetts.
Auto Insurance, Home Insurance, Small Business Insurance, Connecticut Insurance, Massachusetts Insurance, Condo Insurance, Commercial Insurance, Motorcycle Insurance, General Liability Insurance, Workers Compensation Insurance, Commercial Auto Insurance, Life Insurance.
Protecting You is our Job, Since 1865.
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