Remington Medicare Insurance
Karen Remington is a licensed life insurance agent working as part of the team at Remington Insurance, where she plays an instrumental role in developing life insurance solutions for individuals throughout Maine and Vermont.
A former residential counselor, behavior specialist, and career counselor for the State of Vermont, Karen left the mental health field in 2003 and obtained her Life & Health license, joining her husband Zack in building their company, Remington Insurance. The couple moved their business from Vermont to Maine in 2015, but Karen still returns frequently to work with her clients in her home state.
As an independent agent, Karen is free to work solely in the best interests of her clients and offers them guidance in many areas.
Karen and her husband Zack have been married for 22 years. The couple has two adult children, Zachary (23) and Alexandra (21). A lover of all animals, Karen and her family own 4 horses, 3 dogs, and 3 cats. In her free time, Karen offers yoga instruction and performs Reiki. She enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, skiing, and gardening.
You can reach Karen via email or call (207) 710-1145 or (802) 535-9404.
Karen’s specialties include:
Assisting individuals in navigating their Medicare options
Helping people retire with confidence
Collaborating with financial teams to review and protect hard-earned assets
Working with individuals and couples to ensure an easy transition from working years to golden years
Education and Licensure
Life & Health licensed (ME, VT)
BA Psychology, University at Albany, NY
"Karen is an excellent troubleshooter and offers support if questions or problems are encountered with the insurer’s customer service. From personal experience, I know Karen is committed to my receiving the coverage and benefits available to me. A Friend had recommended Karen to me. I have recommended her to several of my friends. We have all benefitted from her expertise in the field of Medicare Health Insurance. I would recommend Karen Remington to you without reservation, as an agent, and as an advocate."
- Judith McAllister, “The Purple Lady” Portland, Maine.