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Volume II | April 15 2019
(570) 421-7447
April Newsletter
Upcoming Agency Event:
Yvonne L. Reitemeyer is presenting a FREE Seminar:
Beneficiary Planning at Grace Park on
Wednesday, April 24, starting at 5:30 PM.

Yvonne Reitemeyer has resided in Lopatcong Township, Warren County for 17 years. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with an Associate Arts degree from Warren County Community College and received her ChFC (Chartered Financial Consultant) designation from The American College. She is a financial adviser working with Frailey Insurance and Financial Services in Stroudsburg, PA and holds her Life and Health Licenses, as well as, her Series 7 and 66 Financial Licenses. Certified in Long Term Care, she assists her clients in planning for their futures. She is a member of MDRT (Million Dollar RoundTable), currently serves on the Phillipsburg High School Soccer Booster Board, NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors) Lehigh Valley Board member, and a member of the Warren County Republican Committee (Vice Chair Lopatcong). She is a former councilwoman for Lopatcong Township. She is married to Mark and has two children, Veronica and Douglas. She is looking forward to working with her fellow board members to enhance the lives of the students of WCCC and the residents of Warren County.
For more information contact Yvonne L. Reitemeyer at Frailey Insurance and Financial Services, 570-421-7447 or reitemy@nationwide.com
April is National Volunteer Month. It is dedicated to honoring all of the volunteers in our communities as well as encouraging volunteerism throughout the month. At Frailey Insurance and Financial Services our team supports many local organizations giving back their time to help those in need.

It's important to find what you are passionate about and reach out to see who you can help in your community!
Thinking About Starting a Garden......

Fresh produce should be accessible to all families in our community. 

Nestled in the rolling hills of western Monroe County, lies a beacon of hope; a hope to alleviate hunger, a hope to educate families about healthier eating habits, and a hope to build a long-term sustainable solution that will provide low-income families with access to nutritional foods.
Looking for some way to Get involved, Get Active, Even Volunteer....
You can be a part of this exciting and worthy mission! We invite you to give back to your community and help feed those in need by volunteering at The Garden.

Here are some of the the activities you could participate in doing:

  • Planting
  • Harvesting
  • Packaging food for food banks
  • Delivering food to participating food banks
  • Weeding
  • Garden planned projects

Churches, Scouting groups and other charitable organizations are encouraged to help, in a number of different ways, by serving in the garden weekly, biweekly, monthly or bimonthly.
Local and big businesses are encouraged to get involved by donating resources, paid employee volunteer days out to the garden, or by becoming yearly contributors.
You can also show your support by purchasing Garden of Giving t-shirts for $14 each!
What Are Home Automation Systems?
Learn more about home automation and how new technologies can help prevent hassles down the road
There was a time when opening your garage door from inside your car was the latest in personal technology. Now, an increased number of smart home appliances are making everyday life a little bit easier.
Used alone or together,  smart appliances  and home automation systems can reduce your energy costs. You can control smart thermostats form your phone, provide home and property surveillance, and even water your plants.

Smart sensors around the house
Smart water sensors monitor your home from the inside. They watch for slow moisture buildup that leads to mold and can also pinpoint the location of leaks. Should a leak be detected, you can get an alert so you can begin repairs before damage gets too expensive.
Cutting-edge smart locks allow you to give family access codes you set yourself. If your child is locked out of the house, you can unlock the door remotely from anywhere.
Home safety gets smarter with Wi-Fi home automation
Security cameras are now small and Wi-Fi-enabled. You can set the system to send alerts to your phone when motion is detected near your cameras. With a few clicks, you can view a live feed of the area.
If you plan to be away, smart light bulbs allow you to set them to turn on and off at certain times. If you’re not sure if you left the lights on after you left for work, check them on your phone. Learn about these  9 Wi-Fi home automation apps  that turn your phone into a remote control for your home.
Keep in mind that Wi-Fi home automation can increase the risk of tech-savvy thieves accessing your network. Using unsecured settings increases the risk with each smart device you add to your home. Always make sure you update your password for every Wi-Fi-enabled device in your home, no matter how small and benign.
Ultimately, there’s no place like a smart home. You might even be eligible for a  discount  on your  homeowners insurance policy , depending on the type of home automation system you decide to install. Contact a  Nationwide agent  today to find out if the devices you’re considering may qualify for lower rates.

How have we been doing as your insurance and financial services provider?
Frailey insurance has been around many years and they pride themselves in taking care of their customers. They have a well trained staff and are eager to help you with all of your insurance needs.
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