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David O. Skipper


David Skipper

Introducing David O. Skipper 
David O. Skipper’s career commenced with Skipper Insurance and Realty, where he gained valuable experience during the summers from 1995 to 1998. In the summer of 1999, he transitioned to full-time employment with the company, marking the start of his professional career in the insurance and real estate industry.

Committed to Client Service:
With a commitment to serving his community and clients, David acquired his Property and Casualty license in 1998 and his Life and Health license in 1999. In 2001, he added a Real Estate License to his qualifications, expanding his knowledge to better assist his clients in both insurance and real estate matters.

Professional Development:
David’s dedication to professional development is reflected in his attainment of the Certified Professional Insurance Agent (CPIA) designation. This achievement showcases his expertise in the insurance industry, ensuring he provides top-notch service and advice to his clients.

Balancing Work and Leisure:
Outside work, David enjoys hunting and relaxing outdoors—his love for hunting counterbalances his professional life.

Family and Community:
In his personal life, David is a family-oriented individual. He shares his life with his wife, Jessica B. Skipper, and their children, John David Skipper and Mary Barnes Skipper.

David also plays an active role in his community. He volunteered with the Jackson Chamber of Commerce from 2008 to 2013, contributing to the local business community’s growth. His commitment to community development extends to his involvement with the Grove Hill Industrial Board since 2007 and the Clarke County Industrial Board since 2017, where he strives to support economic growth in his region.

Environmental Stewardship:
David’s commitment to environmental conservation and wildlife preservation is evident through his volunteer work with the Alabama Wildlife Federation, which he began in 2017. In 2022, he received recognition as the Volunteer of the Year from the Alabama Wildlife Federation for his contributions.

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