Great Job!

We are pleased to announce the May and June Oswego High School Buc Booster Athletes of the Month, sponsored by the FitzGibbons Agency. Each of the winners received a $25 gift card from the Port City Cafe & Bakery in Oswego. Shown pictured for the May Athletes of the Month recognition are from left to right: Will O’Brien, owner of Port City Cafe & Bakery;  Nicklas Holland (Tennis); Danielle DelConte (Golf) and John FitzGibbons, owner... Read Article

FitzGibbons Agency Partners With Baldwinsville-Based Huntington Agency

OSWEGO, NY–(Marketwired – Apr 2, 2015) – FitzGibbons Agency, an Oswego-based Independent Insurance Agency, and a subsidiary of Pathfinder Bank (NASDAQ: PBHC), is completing its integration of the Huntington Agency of Baldwinsville, effective into the FitzGibbons family of insurance agencies, according to John FitzGibbons, agency President. Huntington Agency was founded in 1966 by Paul Huntington, and purchased by current owner, William Connell, Jr. in 1978.... Read Article

What to do if you’re involved in an accident.

Being involved in an accident can be a nerve-wracking, disorienting experience. That’s why this Accident Report Guide was created. It is intended to help you gather the information needed in the event of an accident. While we hope you never need this information, it’s here if you do. It might be helpful for you to print out this information to have, with your insurance ID... Read Article

Way to go FitzGibbons Insurance Athletes of the Month!

From left to right are Judy Queale-Dunsmoor, representing the Buccaneer Boosters; Tara FitzGibbons of the FitzGibbons Agency; hockey player Sage Dudley; volleyball player Zach Gillard; wrestler Austin Coleman; and Press Box representatives Marissa Canale and Michele Canale. Gillard and swimmer Caitlin Gorton (missing from the photo) were honored for November, while Dudley and Coleman were honored for December. The athletes receive gift certificates to The... Read Article

How to Protect Your Car From Theft

Did you know a car is stolen every 44 seconds in the United States? Technology has helped to change auto theft in significant ways. Engine immobilizers, audible alarms and vehicle recovery systems have made cars harder to steal and easier to recover. Today’s thefts are often the product of opportunity, with would-be thieves looking for unsuspecting drivers who leave their cars unattended. While motor vehicle... Read Article