Keystone Names Texas Agency Boley-Featherston to Growing Network

    Welcome Boley-Featherston Insurance!

    Today, Keystone, the fourth largest participant-owned insurance agency network in the nation, named Boley-Featherston Insurance of Wichita Falls and Waco to its growing network of agencies in the Mid-South region.

     “We are absolutely thrilled to have Boley-Featherston join the Keystone family, especially at such a pivotal time for us in Texas,” said Texas State Vice President Meghan Pizzolato. “Josh Andrajack and his partners will help us set the highest of standards for profitable growth and a positive culture as we bring on additional new members in the state. We are honored to have them as our first independent agency member in Texas, and we look forward to serving them for what we know will be an enduring and rewarding relationship.”

     “Our agency spent more than 30 years as a member of our previous group,” noted agency President Josh Andrajack. “When we made the decision to look elsewhere, Keystone went from initially not being considered, because of how little we knew about it, to a possibility, to the leader, to a no-brainer. We truly believe we have found another 30-year partner in Keystone and are confident that the resources Keystone provides will play a key role in helping us to reach our growth goals.”

    About Boley-Featherston Insurance -- Boley-Featherston Insurance was established in 1925, and has grown from a modest, main-street agency, to a commercial lines powerhouse specializing in oil & gas and construction across the state of Texas and the U.S. President Josh Andrajack is current Vice Chair of Independent Insurance Agents of Texas. They are members of the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas, the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, and the National Association of Surety Bond Producers. The agency is focused on organic growth and has recently perpetuated with a new generation of leadership. They have a main location in Wichita Falls and has a second location in Waco. For more information, visit