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Brian Bellomy

Bellomy Ins and Fin Svcs Inc

(256) 539-7530
7540 Memorial Parkway SW
Suite S
Huntsville, AL 35802-2208

Near the Byrd Springs Road Intersection on South Memorial Parkway SW

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Office Hours

8:30am - 5pm
Call or text us 24 hours a day!


7540 Memorial Parkway SW
Suite S
Huntsville, AL 35802-2208



We wanted to take a moment to remind you that our office will be closed on the 4th and 5th of July in honor of Independence Day. 🎉🎇 Enjoy and be safe!

While we take this time to celebrate our nation's freedom, we want to express our sincere appreciation for your continued support. Your loyalty means the world to us!

Although our physical office will be closed, we want to assure you that our online services will still be available. You can conveniently manage your policies, file claims, and find important information on our website or through our mobile app.

Here are some fun facts about the Fourth of July:

1. The Second Continental Congress actually voted to declare independence from Britain on July 2, 1776, but the Declaration of Independence was officially adopted and signed on July 4.

2. John Adams, one of the Founding Fathers and future President, believed that July 2 would be the day celebrated as America's independence day and even wrote to his wife predicting it. However, July 4 became the date that stuck.

3. The original draft of the Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson, with some revisions made by Benjamin Franklin and John Adams.

4. The first public reading of the Declaration of Independence took place on July 8, 1776, in Philadelphia.

5. The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is traditionally tapped 13 times on July 4th to symbolize the 13 original colonies.

6. The original American flag, often referred to as the "Betsy Ross flag," had 13 stars and 13 stripes, representing the 13 colonies.

7. Three U.S. Presidents have died on July 4th: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson in 1826 (the 50th anniversary of the Declaration), and James Monroe in 1831.

8. The 50-star American flag design, which is the current version, was adopted on July 4, 1960, after Hawaii became a state.

9. The hot dog eating event held on Coney Island in New York City is a popular Fourth of July tradition. The current record is held by Joey Chestnut, who ate 75 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes in 2020.

10. The Fourth of July is a big day for fireworks. In fact, according to the American Pyrotechnics Association, around 15,000 fireworks displays take place across the country on this day.

Brian Bellomy - Native of Northeast Alabama; Husband to a beautiful wife and three wonderful kids Hobbies: Fishing, Camping, and Kayaking with the Family Member of Church; Active Booster with the UAH Men's Basketball Program; Former Collegiate Men's Basketball Coach of eight years; Former Coach in the Alabama Basketball Academy; University of Alabama Huntsville Post Graduate, MSM; Belhaven University, BS (Varsity Men's B-ball Team Member); Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison Co.; Focusing on relocation to the Madison County Area; Auto Insurance, Homeowners Insurance; Financial Services for our customers, Business Insurance, Life Insurance, Health Insurance, Motorcycle Insurance, and Recreational Vehicle Insurance.

I can protect your family's future with Life Insurance and Supplement Health Insurance, along with your Homeowner Insurance Policy.

When you pay a lot for your items, it doesn't hurt to make sure you have enough coverage to replace them. Did you know you may need coverage beyond your homeowner's policy to replace some of your more valuable items? Please ask us about a Personal Articles Policy for additional replacement coverage.

Insurance Products Offered

Auto, Homeowners, Condo, Renters, Personal Articles, Business, Life, Health

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Our mission will be to provide products and services to individuals, families, and small businesses that will help enable them to manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected and realize their goals and dreams. We work hard to develop lasting personal relationships with our State Farm customers and make customer satisfaction our primary goal. Proudly serving Hampton Cove, South Huntsville. North Huntsville, West Huntsville, East Huntsville, Owens Crossroads, Gurley, Guntersville, Decatur, Athens, New Market, Hazel Green, Meridianville, Harvest, Madison County, Brownsboro, Scottsboro, Skyline, Woodville, Section, Pisgah, Higdon, Stevenson, Bridgeport, Arab.

Kate Fuhrman: Office Manager, Customer Service Representative, Native of Indianapolis, IN, bringing 24 years of experience with the Brian Bellomy Agency


Kate Fuhrman

Customer Service Manager

Kate Fuhrman has 24 years of experience in offering car insurance, home insurance, life insurance, health insurance, commercial insurance, liability insurance.


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