The Neff Insurance Agency has been in the same location since we purchased the Horrom Insurance Agency in 1981. We offer a fine portfolio of insurance products, including Home, Auto, Farm, Business, Life, and Senior products. Some of the companies available to us are:
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The Neff insurance agency was started in Montpelier Indiana in 1927 by Charles D. Neff. He had a car dealership and would sell insurance to his auto customers. For many years Charles Neff, Clyde A. Neff,(Son) and Kenneth Neff (Grandson) would continue to sell insurance within the agency. Around the mid 1960s Clyde N. Neff (Grandson of Charles) separated the two businesses and moved the operation to Hartford City Indiana. The agency was called “Fairlane Insurance Agency” Instead of selling mostly auto insurance it was now selling all lines of insurance. Clyde continued the operation until 1980 when He sold the agency to Kenneth Neff and it moved back to Montpelier. It was renamed “The Neff Insurance Agency” David Neff moved from Lafayette Indiana back to Montpelier to run the operation. In 1986 he purchased the agency from Kenneth and continued to run it under the same name. Around this time the agency acquired four smaller insurance agencies and brought them together under one roof. In the early 80’s the agency didn’t have any computers. Everything was done manually. Auto and home quotes were figured with a pencil and paper and a calculator. It might take most of an afternoon to do several quotes. The agency was one of the first in the state to become automated and has been updating the automation ever since. We now have more automation in our office than our largest company had in the 1980’s. Montpelier is a small town and the local businesses do whatever is necessary to address the needs of the local population. When the hardware store went out of business we picked up a bill payment system which they previously had. You are now able to pay utility bill, credit cards, and select installment accounts in the office. Thousands of billers are in this system. Around ten years ago, the commissioner of motor vehicles came to our town and closed the local BMV. David Neff met with him afterwards and offered to locate the operation in the insurance agency at no cost to the BMV. After a long meeting in Indianapolis, a contract was agreed on. This was the first time that something like this had ever happened and the news made the local TV stations and even the USA Today newspaper. Today the office is very comfortable selling insurance, taking bill payments and BMV transactions.