401 N 16th St
Parsons, KS 67357
Clemens Insurance Agency are insurance specialists dedicated to treating our customers in a professional manner and providing the best possible products and services available. Clemens Insurance Agency is an independent insurance agency committed to maintaining the highest standard of excellence in all of our dealings with our clients and our insurance companies. We will work with you individually to identify the insurance and financial services that are right for you and your family.
Founded in 1998, we have been locally owned and operated in Parsons, Kansas. We represent only the most stable insurance companies available in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. Clemens Insurance Agency invests in all of the latest technology in order to provide our customers with the most affordable and best insurance coverage available. So whether you need personal lines insurance for your auto, home, RV's, and motorcycles or you need insurance for your business, at Clemens Insurance Agency, we are looking forward to satisfying all of your insurance and financial needs.
Parsons, KS was a great place to grow up. We lived a few miles northwest of town on the lake road. There were many life lessons learned growing up on that farm that have helped me to become who I am today.
I began my insurance career with Kansas Farm Bureau in September of 1985. The first seven years were spent working with Frank Branham, Labette County Farm Bureau Agency Manager. Frank was a great mentor of whom without I would not be in this business today. In 1992 I accepted the Kiowa County Farm Bureau Manager position in Greensburg, KS. It was a wonderful place with exceptional people that allowed my passion for the business to grow.
As I learned more about this great business I felt ready to start my own insurance agency. So in 1997 I moved back to my home town in Parsons and founded Clemens Insurance Agency. Wow! Starting over with zero customers was quite a difficult task. Many times in the first few years I questioned my decision, but I kept my head down and worked just like Frank had trained me to do. I also received some good advice along the way from another insurance veteran, Gary Seaton. He always provided encouraging words and sound advice whenever I called upon him. It was great getting advice from a pro like Gary, and now that I see others coming into this profession I feel compelled to help them as well. Regardless of where they come from or who they work for, the benefits and possibilities of helping others grow seem endless.