Freestate and Son Insurance Welcomes Vicki Wood Dean, Account Executive


Freestate and Son Insurance, a division of Avon-Dixon Insurance Agency and a member of Shore Bancshares community of companies, is excited to welcome Vicki Wood Dean to their insurance team as an Account Executive. Mrs. Dean started her new career with Freestate and Son Insurance on October 9, 2017.

Prior to joining Freestate and Son, Mrs. Dean worked with Shore United Bank for over ten years. She has served her community in multiple positions within the bank as a teller, customer service representative, assistant branch manager and manager of the Commerce Street, Centreville, Maryland branch.

Mrs. Dean earned an Associate’s Degree from Chesapeake College and a Bachelor’s Degree from Salisbury University. She is continuing to further her education by currently attending the Maryland Banking School and the Hartford School of Insurance.

Vicki Wood Dean serves on the board for the Centreville Rotary Club and the United Way of Queen Anne’s County. She also serves on the Queen Anne’s County 4-H Fair committee and the Claws for a Cause committee to raise funds for the University of Maryland Medical Center in Queenstown, Maryland.

“I am very excited about this new opportunity. One of the most rewarding aspects of my job has been the relationships I have built within our community. I look forward to expanding those and creating new ones as I take on a new role, serving their insurance needs with Avon Dixon”, said, Mrs. Dean.

“Vicki is a great addition to our team and we are thrilled to have her. Her knowledge of the community and its people will be a tremendous asset to the insurance division,” said Rich Trippe, President & CEO of Avon-Dixon Insurance Agency.

Mrs. Dean resides in Queen Anne with her husband, Brad and their two children, Victor and Barley.

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