We have transformed and moved into a new building in Moscow.
Our agency clients helped with more than 200 “likes” and "comments" and "shares" to secure an additional $5,000 award for a total grant of $10,000 to the CAP Food Banks from Safeco Insurance.
AMERICAN INSURANCE is honored to be once again selected as “Best of the West” insurance agency for 2018.
American Insurance was recognized by the YWCA of Lewiston-Clarkston for being the dessert sponsor for their Soup-Porting the YWCA fundraiser.
Learn the story of how Dave’s journey began with American Insurance
American Insurance Personal Lines staff received Grange Insurance Association personal awards in March 2017 for outstanding service and dedication to customer satisfaction.
AMERICAN INSURANCE staff and management celebrated our annual employee meeting and awards ceremony on December 16, 2016.
You helped our Agents and employees at AMERICAN INSURANCE collect 708 lbs. of donations during our Food Drive in December 2016 to support the Community Action Partnership (CAP) Food Bank!
For the third year in a row, AMERICAN INSURANCE, in Lewiston and Moscow, was voted "Best of the West" Insurance Agency for 2014 in a KLEW TV online survey of local resident's preferences.
AMERICAN INSURANCE, in Lewiston and Moscow, was voted "Best of the West" for 2013 in a KLEW TV online survey of local resident's preferences.
You are part of something BIG! Your trust and confidence in AMERICAN INSURANCE has made it possible for us to be a major sponsor of the valley’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration since 1985.
John Sullivan, agency President, is involved in every aspect of the celebration.
Read about significant moments in our 95 years of rich family history.
AMERICAN INSURANCE, Lewiston and Moscow, were voted “Best of the West” Insurance Agency for 2012.
Read our latest newsletters from 2010 to today.
Here are some of our archived newsletters from 2000-2009.
Here are our archived newsletters from 1991 to 1999.
As American Insurance completes our 95th year in business, I would like to tell you how it all began, in 1919, at 3 o’clock in the morning at the Camas Prairie Railroad Depot.
Our history has become an inseparable part of the communities we serve and covers four generations of Sullivans from 1928 onward.
Read Sully's birthday letter home during the Korean War of how combat takes a heavy toll on a soldier’s emotions and how fear can grip a heart as they face death; eventually conquering the fear enough to find some measure of bravery hiding deep inside.
Frank William “Sully” Sullivan (90) passed away peacefully on August 12, 2013, in Kennewick, WA, surrounded by his loving family. He survived active duty in two wars and as a prisoner of war to live a long and amazing life filled with personal achievement, business success and civic service. Here’s what a remarkable life of hard work, service and sacrifice looks like!
Enjoy reading last letters from friends and family.
It was a windy day on September 5, 1944 when (Sully's) Uncle Bob went to the barn and found that the rat skin had blown off the nail and fallen to the ground. As he picked it up and put it back on the nail he wondered silently if Buddy was OK.....
Palmer Standford Chase, 91, stepfather of John B. Sullivan, passed away at Life Care Center in Lewiston on August 18, 2016.
Betty Chase, mother of John B. Sullivan, passed away on Sunday, April 17, 2016.
On March 20, 2016, the Lewiston Tribune featured John Sullivan, President and CEO of AMERICAN INSURANCE, in the Business Profile. Read the full Q&A here!
An article about John B. Sullivan and his role in the Community Spirit fireworks celebrations, published in the Lewiston Tribune in 2014.
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