American National Property And Casualty Company (ANPAC®) is a property and casualty insurance company with its home office located in Springfield, Missouri, and is a subsidiary of American National Insurance Company (ANICO) of Galveston, Texas. ANICO is a life and health insurance company that has been in business since 1905.
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ANPAC was incorporated in 1973, beginning operations with eight employees in Springfield, and wrote its first policy in February 1974. ANPAC provides for a variety of property and casualty coverage needs, including automobile, homeowners, classic cars, umbrella, boat, recreational vehicles, motorcycle, other personal lines insurance and agri-business insurance.
Products and Agents
Our Multiple Line exclusive agents offer a combination of life insurance, annuities, property and casualty insurance for personal lines, agri-business, targeted commercial exposures and other insurance related services. Multiple Line agents serve individuals, families and business owners.
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Ratings, Awards and Endorsements
Continually meeting high industry standards is of the utmost importance to ANPAC. View our current ratings here.
ANPAC is the only insurance company to receive the Missouri Quality Award (MQA). This award program is based on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program management philosophy, and is designed to help organizations use an integrated approach to organizational performance management and customer service excellence.
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Contributing volunteer time and dollars has been a hallmark of ANPAC culture since the company's inception. The United Way of the Ozarks, Salvation Army, Boys and Girls Clubs, and many other community organizations have benefited from the help of ANPAC Team Members.
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ANPAC Home Office
1949 E. Sunshine
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