Tana Cessna, owner of Mountain State Insurance Center located in Terra Alta, WV has been providing insurance solutions for families and business owners for over 16 years. Tana started her carrier with First United Insurance Group in Oakland, Md. During her time there, she served in various capacities to develop and/or enhance her knowledge of the insurance industry. Those roles include Administrative Assistant, Personal & Commercial Lines Sales and Service, Commercial Lines Manager then on to the Agency Manager. In 2013, Tana was presented with the opportunity to purchase her own independent insurance agency in Terra Alta, WV formerly known as Webster Insurance Center.
Tana has always dreamed of owning her own insurance agency and providing quality customer service to her clients. She prides herself on relationships. You can count on Tana and her team of experienced agents to work hard to give you competitive products that are tailored to your insurance needs.
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