Insurance in Feasterville, PA
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New Acquisition - Adlen-Obrien Insurance Agency
The Adlen-O'Brien Insurance Agency, a Division of World Insurance Associates LLC (also doing business as Council Rock Insurance) has been providing insurance services to citizens of Bucks County, Pennsylvania for more than 50 years. Feasterville is located in Lower Southampton Township.
As an organization dedicated to our customers, we strive to build trusted relationships that last for generations. We seek out the best companies that offer the appropriate coverages at a fair price.
With all the challenges facing organizations and families today, no one has time to become an insurance expert. Instead, you need an experienced team who can analyze the various options open to you -- both insurance and non-insurance options -- and suggest the best alternatives for your needs. Then you're in a position to make a knowledge-based decision. That's the kind of team you'll find at World Insurance Associates LLC.
"We are very happy to join the World Insurance team," said Ed Ross. "I know we will be able to increase our reach and strengthen our existing relationships with the resources and capabilities provided by World Insurance Associates." Read more about the agency acquisition in our press release.
Location & Contact Information
1200 Bustleton Pike
Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: 215-355-4200 | Fax: 215-322-8556
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Employees at This Location
- Debbie Wurst - Sales and Service
- Ed Ross - Licensed Agent
- Nancy Batezel - Sales and Service
- Rich McNally - Commercial Lines Manager
- Russ Thompson - Personal Lines Agent
- Walt Paynter - Personal Lines Agent
Learn a Little About Feasterville Today!
Feasterville, Pennsylvania is an area located approximately 26 miles outside of Philadelphia and 75 miles south of New York City. It is a census-designated place located in Lower Southampton Township in Bucks County. A census-designated place is a statistically significant area of population within a region. There is no legal status associated with this designation; rather it is merely an analytical tool. Residents also use the name to designate the community within the larger township.
Feasterville covers an area of 0.643 square miles. Its population has been increasing since 2006. As of 2010, the population was just over 3,000, and by 2014 it had grown to 3,600. While over 94% of the population is classified as White, nearly 18% of the population in Feasterville is foreign-born.
Feasterville has only been its own census-designated place for a few years. Prior to that, it was joined with Trevose. Both of these areas were once their own villages that have since been incorporated into the larger Southampton Township.
Eastern Pennsylvania, where Feasterville is located, was once inhabited by a tribe of Native Americans known as the Delawares. The land was purchased by William Penn in 1683, founding the colony of Pennsylvania. William Penn established three counties, including Bucks County along the Delaware River. The town of Southampton was then formed in 1703, and divided into Upper and Lower Southampton in 1928.
In 1730, the Feaster family immigrated to Pennsylvania from Holland. Settling on land granted to him by William Penn, John Feaster and his family made a home here, and became a prominent family. When the hamlet became populous to need a name, it was given the name Feasterville in honor of the Feaster family.
Throughout much of its history, Lower Southampton has been a rural and agricultural area. However, in the 1950s, it began to change character to a residential suburban community. Today, many families leave here and commute to nearly Philadelphia and Trenton for work.
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is the 4th most populous county in the state. Located on the eastern edge of Pennsylvania, it borders New Jersey. In total it covers 622 square miles, and a population of over 625,000. Bucks County was founded by William Penn, and is named after the county where he lived in England. Many towns within the county bear names of locations in that area of England.
The area has both agricultural and industrial areas, and has been home to large companies including U.S. Steel. Today it is in the 2nd largest area for biotechnology, and this field is rapidly expanding. It has surpassed both San Francisco and Washington D.C. as a leader in this area.
Bucks County also attracts tourists drawn to its covered bridges, historic places, and other areas. The newly constructed Parx Casino is a popular attraction and expected to rival nearby Atlantic City as a tourist destination.
Feasterville, Pennsylvania is a community on the edge of it all. It provides a quiet suburban lifestyle to its residents with easy access to Philadelphia, Trenton, and New York City.