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Dave and Barbara Walker and Barbara’s sister, Martha Leedle, own Hartland Insurance Agency. Barbara and Martha’s father, Richard Bayer, opened the independent insurance agency in 1978. 

 November marks 41 years in business for Hartland Insurance Agency.

 “We are so proud to be a part of the community,” said Barbara Walker, vice president of Hartland Insurance Agency.

 Founded in November 1978, Hartland Insurance Agency currently represents a collection of some of the finest property and casualty insurers in Michigan, with customer service playing a pivotal role in the success and longevity of the agency.

 Between their offices in Hartland, Fowlerville, Hamburg and Flushing, they have 37 employees to suit every client’s needs. Walker said their diverse group of employees of all ages and backgrounds work so well together.

 “The people here are our futures,” Walker said.

 Walker was excited to hear that her husband and president of Hartland Insurance, David Walker, won the Community Service Award, presented to him at the Fenton Regional Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner on Nov. 8. “We’re so proud of the things he has done,” she said.

 Walker said 41 years has gone by very fast. “It’s amazing when you look back to what you were and to now,” she said. “It’s been a wonderful opportunity to be in business and wonderful to work with our 37 employees. Employees — that’s what makes your business. All of them care about our clients.”

 For more information, contact Walker at (810) 632-5161, ext 110.

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