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Village Insurance - Insuring Cincinnati and All of Ohio

Village Insurance was started in 2018 by owner and advisor, Kim Beach. Having a heart for the local community, Kim wanted a way to service the insurance needs of area families and businesses. Her success has given her the ability to give back to many local organizations with her time, talent and financial resources.

Village Insurance is an independent agency that provides competitive insurance coverage for:

  • Auto
  • Home
  • Business
  • Life
  • Long Term Care

Kim Beach is an insurance advisor who works diligently to provide her clients with the most effective coverage for the best price. With a knowledge base of many companies and coverages, she will provide you with several options for complete coverage.

Kim Beach
Kim Beach
Agency Owner

Specializing In Erie Insurance

Erie Insurance has been helping customers since 1925 with their auto, home, business, and life insurance needs.

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