Nicholson to Retire from Agency After 46 Years


Joe Browne Nicholson will retire from Nicholson Insurance Agency effective Dec. 31 after 46 years, according to a press release issued Sunday. The agency was established in 1993 and served clientele with equine and farm insurance since then. It was also announced that the group has been acquired by the sixth-largest brokerage firm in the world, Acrisure.

“It has been my privilege and pleasure to associate with the world of the horse. Being able to combine my career avocation with my horse affection has been a blessing,” said Nicholson. “I have met many wonderful people over the years at sales, racetracks and show rings who possess that exceptional quality of love and care for the horse. Special indeed.”

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