About Us ~ 5 Generations of Service to the Community
Anne Long started out in the insurance business working for her dad, Dwain "Chub" Johnson in Clintonville, where she continued with him until the late 90's when they chose to sell the business to the Holmes Agency out of Ripon, WI. Anne continued to manage this book of business in Clintonville, and they also acquired an agency in the Oconto Falls/Shawano area. Holmes sold their business in 2005 to Hometown Bank out of Fond du Lac.
In 2008 she was recruited by Marine Credit Union & John Rauschenberger to help them form a start up agency from scratch, which was very exciting & successful. That agency has grown to 6 more locations throughout the state. The opportunity then presented itself to purchase the business that she had produced, forming Long Insurance Agency LLC.
Chub Johnson joined Clarence Barker in 1960. Over the years he acquired agencies along the way including the George Graff agency, Maron "Bud" Grill agency, Al Meyer agency in Shawano, Carl Much agency in Big Falls, and the Bud Miller agency in Marion. He also worked in Real Estate and in the years before his retirement formed "Appraisal South", providing real estate appraisals. Chub was active with the City and especially enjoyed golfing & curling. He passed away in 2012, leaving a void both personally & professionally, but we all have learned many things from him and he will always be with us in spirit.
Fred & Ruth Holmes - Grandparents
Fred worked in Michigan during the war as a logger, and later came home to manage the lumber company that his father in law had started. Ruth was active in volunteering, both with local organizations and the church.
David "DJ" Rohrer - Great Grandfather
"Clintonville is especially fortunate in the character of it's business citizens, and among them none stands more prominent than does DJ Rohrer, president of the Clintonville State Bank, Treasurer of the Four Wheel Drive Automobile Company and the directing head of the city principal milling and lumber industry" *
Leonhard Rohrer - Great, Great Grandfather
"He was not an active participant in the public life of Clintonville, in regard to holding official position, but his influence was always exerted in behalf of movements making for progress and advancement, and in this way he did much to assist the locality to develop." *
*Taken from the book "History of Waupaca County"