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Meet Hourglass & Julie

About Hourglass & Julie

You may ask, "what makes Hourglass different?" Our clients feel very comfortable walking into our office. Almost all of them have been referred to us by their friends who are already doing business with us. People soon realize the willingness of the entire Hourglass staff to go the "extra mile" to make sure that their needs are met, even if it means there will be no sale. Quite regularly we advise someone to not do business with us because it is not in their best interest at this time. However, we always ask for referrals.

Julie was born and raised in Seattle. She met her husband Bradley, on a cruise ship in Mexico, in 1990. She left a lucrative position and moved 3000 miles away from family and friends to be with her future husband. Money is not her motivator.  She's been in the insurance industry most of her adult life. She opened Hourglass Insurance Services in Gales Ferry Commons in January 2004. Prior to that Julie worked at New England Financial as a financial advisor and health insurance agent in Waterford, CT for 13 years. Since November 2017 she has narrowed her focus to health and life insurance related products.

Julie is and has been active in various local associations, including:

Chairman of the Board of Community of Hope, Inc.  She has been very active, since 2005 with this local charity, helping women change their lives.

The Southeastern Connecticut Women's Network, actively involved since 1993.

The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors for 16 years, serving 3 terms as the New London County president and with the American College as a student and moderator for the same association.

The Builders Association of Eastern Connecticut for over 10 years.

The Women's Center of Southeastern Connecticut, now known as Safe Futures for over 5 years.

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