LaurieLynn is an agent/account manager at Heinen and Associates Sheboygan. She grew up in Cedar Grove and went to LTC to earn a degree as an Optometric Assistant, worked in the Optical field for a few years before becoming a mom, and enjoyed her role as mom. She is married and has 3 grown daughters and 3 sons-in-law, 3 granddaughters, and a grandson. Now her girls are grown, out on their own, and married. She decided to go back to school to get her training in insurance.
LaurieLynn joined Heinen and Associates in January of 2018 as a personal and commercial lines insurance agent. Prior to joining Heinen and Associates, she had worked at another agency. She has enjoyed working with so many wonderful clients and has gained so many friends.
She has been involved in her church in Oostburg for over 30 years, taught Sunday School, and has played in the bell choir. She loves to go hiking, travels to many states, gardening, and being outdoors. She started a Christmas Parade in Oostburg with a friend in 2010 and has been going strong since. She loves gardening and spending time outside.
Outside of the office she enjoys spending time with her husband Jay at their cabin in Beecher, WI. She spends one day a week providing care for her grandchildren which is rewarding for her. They travel to Minneapolis to visit one of their daughters, son-in-law, and 2 granddaughters a number of times a year.
She is enjoying getting to know, working with, and helping clients with insurance needs.
A few fun facts about LaurieLynn are that when she joined the agency, Lori and her thought that having the same name might be confusing for clients and determined she would go by LaurieLynn, hoping this would help clients know which Lori/Laurie they wanted. Then a couple of years ago Mitch joined the agency. Mitch and LaurieLynn went to the same school and church when they were younger. Because of these things, she truly enjoys working in this agency as they feel like one big family. It is a wonderful place to go to during the day, so she really does not feel like it is “work.”