Jody and Doug Carr, owners of Carriage Insurance Agency, invite their customers to the company’s 50th anniversary celebration Friday. (Courtesy Photo)

Jody and Doug Carr, owners of Carriage Insurance Agency, invite their customers to the company’s 50th anniversary celebration Friday. (Courtesy Photo)

Carriage Insurance celebrates 50 years on Friday, Dec. 1

  • Friday, December 1, 2017 11:57am
  • Business

Carriage Insurance in North Bend is celebrating its 50 year anniversary. All Carriage Insurance customers are invited to attend the celebration, 3 to 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 1, at the office, located at 301 Bendigo Blvd N.

Doug Carr, owner and president, along with his wife, Jody Carr, are the owner managers and have been Valley residents since 2004. Doug will also be celebrating his 40th year as an agent and broker; he started at Carriage Insurance in the original West Seattle office along with his dad Chuck Carr and his brother Mike Carr, in 1977.

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