Seventh Wave Insurance was formed with the philosophy that customer service, consultation, and proper coverage is key. Seventh Wave Insurance is able to offer many options of reputable insurance carriers to find the right fit for each of their clients needs. These products include insurance for auto, home, motorcycle, boat, RV, ATV, landlord properties, umbrella, life, commercial, workers compensation among other insurance options.
Why the name Seventh Wave Insurance? It is believed that ocean waves come in sets of seven and the seventh wave is the biggest and boldest. Their love of the ocean prompted the Seventh Wave name and beach theme.
Krissie Hutchins has spent the last ten years working with families to protect their most important assets, before that, she was a licensed funeral director and embalmer for 14 years, guiding families through the worst time in their life. She graduated from Kansas City Kansas Community College with an Associate's Degree in Applied Science. Krissie lives in Blue Springs with her husband, Shannon, and children Conner, Brooklynn and Morgen. She enjoys reading, cooking, road trips, college basketball and family time. And of course being where she can smell the sea air and hear the waves crashing.
Mindy Hall has worked in the banking and insurance industry for the last 20 years. She graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Business Administration - Finance. She lives in Lee's Summit with her husband, Chris, and their children Lauren and Ryan. She enjoys watching her kids sporting and music events, golf, hanging out with her friends and family, and traveling to the beach.
Krissie's husband, Shannon, became licensed to help out in the family business. He has extensive customer service experience working with families and businesses in the funeral industry. He has Mortuary Science Degree from Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Services in Houston, Texas. He enjoys barbecuing, football, college basketball and spending time with family and friends, especially on the beach.