Lee Ellery, Agent
I am a proud Oxford County native who’s thrilled to call Ingersoll my home town. As someone local, I am closely familiar with the people, organizations and businesses that thrive here.
As an Agent for Dumfries Mutual Insurance, I’m passionate about providing first-class service and excellent coverage you can afford. When partnering with you, I bring my knowledge and experience from working in the industry since 2005.
I am a Western University graduate who has always believed in “doing the right thing” for others. When I’m not working, I enjoy being a “Hockey Mom” and spending time with my family and friends.
Isn’t it time for a better insurance experience? Contact me for a quote today.
Office: 519-621-4660 x 252
Toll-free: 1-800-265-3573 x 252
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You can also get an online quote (Home and Auto) right now!
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“I recently contacted Lee to get a quote for home insurance. Besides the fact the rate she offered me (for the same coverage) was much less, I was extremely impressed with her professionalism. She visited the property, was extremely knowledgeable and efficient! Everything was explained to us. As a Realtor, I’ve referred Lee to clients – and I’m receiving the same feedback from them!”
“Not long ago, I uprooted my world in Toronto and relocated to Ingersoll. I bought a 134 year old home and assumed my insurance provider (at the time) would easily make the transition. Unfortunately, I experienced many obstacles. Thankfully, Lee’s contact information was shared with me. Lee took my call right away and sorted out my world that evening. No obstacles. No stress. Lee has been instrumental in helping to make our transition smooth and seamless.”
Your referrals are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support.
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