Angela Strouth, CIC, CISR

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Personal Lines Senior Vice President

Avery W. Hall Insurance Agency, Inc.
308 E Main St, Salisbury, MD 21801

Angela (Angie) Strouth, is the Personal Lines Senior Vice President based out of the Salisbury office. Her journey with Avery Hall began in 1998 as a customer service representative but has been in her current positions since 2011.

Her primary focus is working closely with the personal lines team to ensure an exceptional customer experience. Her long-lasting partnerships she develops with personal lines carriers dramatically benefit our clients. Angie also fulfills additional roles at Avery Hall, including sitting on the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.

Angie’s dedication to her work has earned her the Safeco Award of Excellence from Safeco Insurance seven times! She is actively trying to learn more as she is currently working or in her case Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation. Angie presently holds her Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) and Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designations.

Personally, Angie is a long-time active member of the community and serves on various committees. She has been involved with the Junior Achievement (JA) of the Eastern Shore since 2009. Other organizations Angie steadily supports include the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, Coastal Hospice, and the American Cancer Society. She was even a previous co-captain of the Avery Hall Relay for Life team!

A proud Salisbury native and Parkside High School graduate, Angie loves to spend time with family and friends. You may find her singing karaoke songs from her favorite movie Grease or at one of her family’s favorite summer vacation spots: The Outer Banks and Walt Disney World. She believes there is nothing better than loving on your favorite character, or her in case, Mickey Mouse himself.

A phrase that guides Angie in both her business and personal life is “Keep It Real.” It reminds her of a late friend, Aaron “Bull” Hudson #142, who made a significant impact in both her life and the downtown community.