Koonce Insurance Agency specializes in auto insurance, home insurance, life insurance, health insurance, business insurance, and employee benefits.
Koonce Insurance Agency - Insuring Shelbyville, Pana, Mattoon and All of Illinois
With offices in Shelbyville, Pana, and Mattoon Illinois, the Koonce Insurance Agency has been serving Shelbyville and Central Illinois for over 18 years. As an independent insurance agency, we work for you, the insured, helping you to find the best possible rates and the best possible coverage including auto insurance, home insurance, life insurance, health insurance, business insurance, and employee benefits.
We are a full line insurance agency that prides itself on customer service and integrity. Koonce Insurance Agency provides an extensive range of insurance products with experienced agents and quality companies to assist our customers.
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