“What impresses me most about 1 Source? Carriers told me about it – they think of it that highly. 1 Source puts dollars in my pocket and I can network with other members who go out of their way to help each other. That’s the real strength in numbers!”
Darren Adkison, Ashdown Insurance Agency, Ashdown, AR
1 Source is a network of Arkansas & Missouri independent insurance agencies, insurers and service providers that use their combined strength to expand markets, build sales, and grow commissions.
“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” is an overused phrase but it is the perfect encapsulation of the power and value of the 1 Source Insurance Group. An insurance agency cluster is only as good as its members’ commitment to help each other and its leaders’ ability to leverage members’ collective strength to its fullest potential. Under the 1Source banner, members benefit from higher growth and commission and profit sharing revenues than they could generate on their own while maintaining complete independence.
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Greg Standridge, a 1 Source Insurance Group owner, died Thursday, November 16th, 2017, in the morning after a battle with cancer.
Greg was 50 and a co-owner of CSI Insurance in Russellville Arkansas. He served in the state Senate as a Republican representing Senate District 16 which includes Newton, Pope and part of Boone, Carroll and Van Buren counties. He served in the Senate since a special election in April 2015.
He served the Russellville area as a constable, volunteer chief of the Crow Mountain Fire Department and as a Pope County emergency medical services rescue technician. He was also a past president of the Independent Insurance Agents of Arkansas and the Professional Insurance Agents of Arkansas.
Greg enjoyed serving and doing for others, was grounded in his faith and lived with a servant’s heart. He always wanted to help and make things better.
Greg was a strong family man and husband. His service to the Lord and faith was a leading driver of his actions. He loved his wife and kids. Our prayers go out to them. His leadership and example of serving others will be missed. He made all of us a better person.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has ordered that the flags be at half-staff in his honor.
Visitation will be from 5-7pm Monday, November 20 at the First Baptist Church in Russellville and the funeral service will be held the following day at 10am Tuesday at the same church.