Strickler Insurance has been insuring homes and businesses throughout the Mid-Atlantic region since 1860. Started as the Miller Agency, Strickler Insurance got its name from Paul Strickler, who purchased the agency in 1950.
Four generations later, Strickler continues to be a leader in providing strong markets and competitive products to protect the lives and assets of all of our clients. Currently, the agency is owned by Pat Freer, Sr, the son-in-law of Pete Strickler. Pat's son, Patrick, is also involved in the day to day operation of the business.
The Office is located in an Historic Landmark, the old Cornwall-Lebanon Railroad station built in 1885. The station was purchased and restored by Pete Strickler in 1980, and extensive work was done to preserve and restore the original woodwork. The station is a popular stop for train aficianados and others interested in historical buildings.