Courtney Harshberger

Courtney was born and raised  in Loveland Colorado, then moved to Durango in 1999 to attend Fort Lewis College.  She graduated cum laude with a BA in Business Administration.  After nine years of managing a busy local insurance agency, she set out to open her own agency.  Where she strives to make community and customer service a priority in business.  Courtney is the Vice President of a local networking group The Durango Growth Organization.   Also a Chamber member and a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters, community is very important to the Harshberger’s. Courtney, her husband Dan and their son and daughter enjoy the mountains of Durango for all that they have to offer mostly: camping, hiking, and mushroom hunting.

Jacob Hendry

Jake was born and raised in Colorado. He moved from Gunnison in 2006 to attend Fort Lewis College, where he met his wife Hannah. It is a big world out there and he hopes he can shed some light on what many find confusing and hard to understand. He has held many customer service positions and understands what level of service is needed to thrive in today’s world. On his off time he enjoys golfing, skiing, and tinkering with computers.

Shari Chrane Jones

Shari Chrane Jones is a native of Durango CO and began her career with Farmers Insurance in 1971.  Her agency has received numerous awards including Toppers, Masters, Round Table and Agent of the year.  Her professional designations include IIA, AAI and LUTCF.  Shari is a past president of the Board of Directors of the Durango Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Board of Directors of Adult Education Center, Past Chair of the United Way Campaign.  She is a graduated of Leadership La Plata and past president of the Board.    Shari is a recipient of the Athena award, Volunteer of the Year, and the Distinguished Service to Durango by being instrumental in bringing the Main Street Trolley to town.

She is married with two daughters, loves reading, knitting and painting.  Camping is still her favorite summer activity but admits now needs a bed and a camper instead of a tent and a sleeping bag!

She believes treating her customers with respect has contributed to her long time successful career.