Meet some of your neighbors – the Montana family that owns and operates Traci Schell Insurance in Miles City
About Traci and Doug
Having lived in Montana all of their lives, the Schell’s have family and friends throughout the region, and feel a profound personal connection with their clients, as well as the Montana communities they serve: Miles City, Hysham, Colstrip, Forsyth, Jordan, Terry, Glendive, Baker, Ekalaka, Broadus and Bozeman — and all points in-between.
The Schell’s are members of several service organizations including: Kiwanis, Sacred Heart Parish Women, Knights of Columbus, Custer County Art & Heritage Center, Miles City Chamber of Commerce, Baker Chamber of Commerce and the Custer County Sports Boosters.
Jamilea graduated from Montana State University-Billings with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Jamilea is a licensed producer in the State of MT to service and sell life, health and dental insurance. She is certified and appointed with numerous insurance carriers and is ready to help you! Jamilea enjoys bowling and sits on the local board of the United States Bowling Congress.
With an extensive background in customer-service and a talent for problem-solving, becoming a licensed MT insurance agent was a perfect career choice for Cady. She is appointed with multiple insurance carriers in various lines of coverage: Individual and Employer Group Health Plans, Medicare supplements, dental and life insurance. Cady holds a degree in Business Administration from MSU-Billings and sits on the board of the Custer County Educational Foundation. She is active in the local service organization of Kiwanis, currently serving as co-president. Cady also coaches Jr. High track and field at Washington Middle School in Miles City.
Jamilea and Cady both come from strong Eastern Montana family roots and are committed to a high-level of customer service. Whether it be in helping employers who offer coverage to their employees, assisting those who are Medicare-eligible working through the maze of their supplement choices, or individuals and families struggling to find the right-fit for coverage. The cohesiveness and exceptional work ethic of these two young ladies goes back to their friendship in high-school, carrying through as teammates on the Montana State University-Billings Yellowjacket Track and Field team and now as insurance professionals in the life and health insurance market.