Trimble Insurance Is Back; Adds Another Generation To The Team

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Arch Trimble Insurance Inc. was started in 1960, and now it is launching a new venture: Trimble Insurance, LLC. Officials said, "It is a new name with the same great service, honesty, and integrity as before."

The new venture will also include Arch Trimble IV joining his father, Arch Trimble III, in their insurance business.


Arch Trimble IV said, "I am glad to be joining with my dad in continuing the family business of providing quality insurance services to the greater Chattanooga area.
I have grown up around the insurance business, and I have seen first-hand the hard work my family has put into making sure customer's needs are met and attended to on a daily basis. My great-granddad, granddad, and dad have been great examples of how to run a business and provide quality services; they have set the bar very high, and I look forward to trying to follow in their footsteps."

Arch Trimble III said, "Our family is glad to be back doing what we love, and I am happy to welcome my son to the team. For over 50 years, the number one priority of our family has been to provide quality insurance services to our customers, and that remains our number one goal. I look forward to continuing this great tradition, and doing so with my son by my side." 

Trimble Insurance, LLC offers many lines of insurance, including property and casualty, life and health, and home and auto, as well as many others. They are licensed in Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.

Arch Trimble IV is a graduate of both the Baylor School and The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is a fourth generation Chattanoogan, and a fourth generation insurance agent. Before entering the insurance business, he worked in the office of Congressman Chuck Fleischmann.

When not working, Arch IV enjoys spending time with his wife, Kathryn, as well as hunting, fishing, and playing golf.

Arch III is a third generation Chattanoogan, growing up in North Chattanooga. After completing high school at Columbia Military Academy, in Columbia, Tn., he attended the University of Tennessee and was accepted into Officer Candidate School; he became a lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps Reserve.

As the husband of Vanessa, and father of Arch IV and Reed, Arch is the past president of the Insurers of Chattanooga. He has been in the insurance business for 35 years and is a third-generation agent and principal.

He is a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and a Certified Principal Insurance Agent (CPIA). He was also president and CEO of Arch E. Trimble Insurance, president of Commercial Lines at Huffaker and Trimble, and was president of Commercial Lines at BB&T, Huffaker, and Trimble.

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