In 1923 George C. Rogge decided to leave his job in the Gary steel mills and start an insurance agency. His business grew and prospered, in part, because he enjoyed walking the three miles down Broadway’s business district in Gary nearly every day, greeting his clients by name. Everyone loved George Rogge.
Gary experienced the “City of the Century” days of tremendous growth and prosperity, becoming the largest city founded in 20th century America. George’s company, under the direction of sons Don and Bill, prospered in similar fashion.
Don’s son, George A. Rogge, worked alongside his father to learn the business. Under George’s direction the company entered the computer age. In 1978 he moved the office to its present central location in Merrillville. Still on Broadway, more than 80 years later, his grandfather would be proud.
George’s great grandson Douglas A Rogge continues in the family tradition. His technological advances guided the agency into the 21st century.The George C. Rogge family has been serving the Gary, Indiana community since 1923. Whatever your auto and home insurance requirements, Rogge Insurance can help you.
As a member of both Independent Insurance Agents, Trusted Choice and Professional Insurance Agents Association, we believe in the value of offering the best insurance companies to insure cars, trucks, and homes to the satisfaction of their owners. Representing a number of quality insurance companies is why our clients, generation after generation, insure their auto and home with Rogge Insurance.We specialize in personal lines insurance and we have a market for all risks. Whether you have a youthful or senior driver, perfect driving record or a DUI, leased vehicle or just liability, we can insure you and your car. If you rent or own an apartment, condo, home or vacant dwelling, good credit or bankruptcy, we can cover your property. Personal watercraft, ATVS, and motorcycles are no problem. Discounts available include multi-policy, life insurance, and non-smoker to name a few.
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