The Issaquah Insurance Agency is an Independent agency established in 1977

Issaquah Insurance Agency

Proudly representing PEMCO, Progressive, GeoVera and National Brokerage

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A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau

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Issaquah Insurance has been serving the Issaquah community and surrounding area for 40 years. We have built a strong reputation of trust and integrity insuring Eastside families specializing in personal home and auto insurance. The agency proudly offers policies from local favorite PEMCO insurance as well as Progressive, GeoVera and National Brokerage.

Originally from North Seattle, Patrick and Sandy Shockley have owned and operated the Issaquah Insurance Agency since moving to Issaquah in 1977. The family has two daughters, Amanda and Danielle, who went to Issaquah schools and remain connected to their hometown. The entire family is also very involved in the community, and, in 2004, was recognized by the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce for their long-time volunteer work with the local Salmon Days festival. Patrick Shockley attended Washington State University and graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in economics.

Our Team

Patrick Shockley


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When Sandy and I moved here there were no traffic signals in Issaquah and I-90 stopped in downtown North Bend. There have been many changes over the years, but one thing that hasn’t is our eagerness to help.

Amanda Shockley


After spending five years abroad, I found that while the world is full of adventures, it’s nice to be able to call the Pacific Northwest home.

Ayumu Suzuki


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Although I am originally from Tokyo, Japan, I already feel like a local. Please visit our Japanese website!



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