Sue is officially retired! 

She established Assurnet Insurance in 1990 as a sole proprietor and has taken pride in seeing how it has evolved over the years. Having been an agent for over thirty years she has seen the industry transition to the new age of technology. Customer service being Sue’s primary objective has resulted in customer loyalty.

In 2000, Sue was president of Insurance Women of Las Vegas and was awarded Insurance Profession of the Year for National Association of Women Business Owners. In 2001, she was State Director of Nevada for National Association of Insurance Women. Sue also served as the treasurer for the Professional Insurance Association.

Wishing her much happiness, good health, and success as she journeys on to new beginnings! It's always a blessing to see someone as deserving as Sue to finally reach their retirement goals. May she enjoy her new endeavors as much as we enjoyed her hard work throughout the years.

Spending time with family and friends is Sue’s favorite past time. Her hobbies include golf, pickleball, and acrylic painting.



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