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1800’s

1865
1865

Henry Church Forms Fred C. Church Insurance Company in Lowell, MA, as a sole proprietorship.

Henry Church Forms Fred C. Church Insurance Company in Lowell, MA, as a sole proprietorship.
1877
1877

Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates his telephone in Lowell. Two years later, Lowell becomes the first U.S. city to have phone numbers.

Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates his telephone in Lowell. Two years later, Lowell becomes the first U.S. city to have phone numbers.
1890
1890

Fred C. Church Becomes A Partnership Between Henry C. Church And His son, Frederic C. Church. Its New Location Opens At 53 Central Street In Downtown Lowell.

Fred C. Church Becomes A Partnership Between Henry C. Church And His son, Frederic C. Church. Its New Location Opens At 53 Central Street In Downtown Lowell.
1894
1894

Henry C. Church, Original Founder Of Fred C. Church Insurance Company, Passes Away, And The Business Returns To A Proprietorship In The Early 1900s

Henry C. Church, Original Founder Of Fred C. Church Insurance Company, Passes Away, And The Business Returns To A Proprietorship In The Early 1900s
1920
1920

Frederick C. Church forms a partnership with his son, Frederic C. Church, Jr., and also with Roy Bennett, Oscar Johnson, Lucien Paulent, and Henry F. Fessenden, creating Fred C. Church and Co.

Frederick C. Church forms a partnership with his son, Frederic C. Church, Jr., and also with Roy Bennett, Oscar Johnson, Lucien Paulent, and Henry F. Fessenden, creating Fred C. Church and Co.
1936
1936

The Historic Flood Of 1936 Ravages Lowell, Destroying Homes And Businesses Throughout The City.

The Historic Flood Of 1936 Ravages Lowell, Destroying Homes And Businesses Throughout The City.
1954
1954

The Insurance Service Association of America, now Assurex Global Partners, is established with affiliated company Boit, Dalton & Church as one of its founding partners. That membership later transferred to Fred C. Church, Inc.

The Insurance Service Association of America, now Assurex Global Partners, is established with affiliated company Boit, Dalton & Church as one of its founding partners. That membership later transferred to Fred C. Church, Inc.
1955
1955

A large fire on St. Patrick’s Day in Lowell destroys the business building on Central St., forcing a relocation to 24 Merrimack Street.

A large fire on St. Patrick’s Day in Lowell destroys the business building on Central St., forcing a relocation to 24 Merrimack Street.
1956
1956

Fred C. Church, Jr. becomes one of the founding fathers of the Boys & Girls Club of America.

Fred C. Church, Jr. becomes one of the founding fathers of the Boys & Girls Club of America.
1968
1968

The business changes from a partnership to a corporation and is re-named Fred C. Church, Inc. with Branford S. Brennan as President.

The business changes from a partnership to a corporation and is re-named Fred C. Church, Inc. with Branford S. Brennan as President.

1900’s

1865
1865

Henry Church Forms Fred C. Church Insurance Company in Lowell, MA, as a sole proprietorship.

Henry Church Forms Fred C. Church Insurance Company in Lowell, MA, as a sole proprietorship.
1877
1877

Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates his telephone in Lowell. Two years later, Lowell becomes the first U.S. city to have phone numbers.

Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates his telephone in Lowell. Two years later, Lowell becomes the first U.S. city to have phone numbers.
1890
1890

Fred C. Church Becomes A Partnership Between Henry C. Church And His son, Frederic C. Church. Its New Location Opens At 53 Central Street In Downtown Lowell.

Fred C. Church Becomes A Partnership Between Henry C. Church And His son, Frederic C. Church. Its New Location Opens At 53 Central Street In Downtown Lowell.
1894
1894

Henry C. Church, Original Founder Of Fred C. Church Insurance Company, Passes Away, And The Business Returns To A Proprietorship In The Early 1900s

Henry C. Church, Original Founder Of Fred C. Church Insurance Company, Passes Away, And The Business Returns To A Proprietorship In The Early 1900s
1920
1920

Frederick C. Church forms a partnership with his son, Frederic C. Church, Jr., and also with Roy Bennett, Oscar Johnson, Lucien Paulent, and Henry F. Fessenden, creating Fred C. Church and Co.

Frederick C. Church forms a partnership with his son, Frederic C. Church, Jr., and also with Roy Bennett, Oscar Johnson, Lucien Paulent, and Henry F. Fessenden, creating Fred C. Church and Co.
1936
1936

The Historic Flood Of 1936 Ravages Lowell, Destroying Homes And Businesses Throughout The City.

The Historic Flood Of 1936 Ravages Lowell, Destroying Homes And Businesses Throughout The City.
1954
1954

The Insurance Service Association of America, now Assurex Global Partners, is established with affiliated company Boit, Dalton & Church as one of its founding partners. That membership later transferred to Fred C. Church, Inc.

The Insurance Service Association of America, now Assurex Global Partners, is established with affiliated company Boit, Dalton & Church as one of its founding partners. That membership later transferred to Fred C. Church, Inc.
1955
1955

A large fire on St. Patrick’s Day in Lowell destroys the business building on Central St., forcing a relocation to 24 Merrimack Street.

A large fire on St. Patrick’s Day in Lowell destroys the business building on Central St., forcing a relocation to 24 Merrimack Street.
1956
1956

Fred C. Church, Jr. becomes one of the founding fathers of the Boys & Girls Club of America.

Fred C. Church, Jr. becomes one of the founding fathers of the Boys & Girls Club of America.
1968
1968

The business changes from a partnership to a corporation and is re-named Fred C. Church, Inc. with Branford S. Brennan as President.

The business changes from a partnership to a corporation and is re-named Fred C. Church, Inc. with Branford S. Brennan as President.

2000’s

1865
1865

Henry Church Forms Fred C. Church Insurance Company in Lowell, MA, as a sole proprietorship.

Henry Church Forms Fred C. Church Insurance Company in Lowell, MA, as a sole proprietorship.
1877
1877

Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates his telephone in Lowell. Two years later, Lowell becomes the first U.S. city to have phone numbers.

Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates his telephone in Lowell. Two years later, Lowell becomes the first U.S. city to have phone numbers.
1890
1890

Fred C. Church Becomes A Partnership Between Henry C. Church And His son, Frederic C. Church. Its New Location Opens At 53 Central Street In Downtown Lowell.

Fred C. Church Becomes A Partnership Between Henry C. Church And His son, Frederic C. Church. Its New Location Opens At 53 Central Street In Downtown Lowell.
1894
1894

Henry C. Church, Original Founder Of Fred C. Church Insurance Company, Passes Away, And The Business Returns To A Proprietorship In The Early 1900s

Henry C. Church, Original Founder Of Fred C. Church Insurance Company, Passes Away, And The Business Returns To A Proprietorship In The Early 1900s
1920
1920

Frederick C. Church forms a partnership with his son, Frederic C. Church, Jr., and also with Roy Bennett, Oscar Johnson, Lucien Paulent, and Henry F. Fessenden, creating Fred C. Church and Co.

Frederick C. Church forms a partnership with his son, Frederic C. Church, Jr., and also with Roy Bennett, Oscar Johnson, Lucien Paulent, and Henry F. Fessenden, creating Fred C. Church and Co.
1936
1936

The Historic Flood Of 1936 Ravages Lowell, Destroying Homes And Businesses Throughout The City.

The Historic Flood Of 1936 Ravages Lowell, Destroying Homes And Businesses Throughout The City.
1954
1954

The Insurance Service Association of America, now Assurex Global Partners, is established with affiliated company Boit, Dalton & Church as one of its founding partners. That membership later transferred to Fred C. Church, Inc.

The Insurance Service Association of America, now Assurex Global Partners, is established with affiliated company Boit, Dalton & Church as one of its founding partners. That membership later transferred to Fred C. Church, Inc.
1955
1955

A large fire on St. Patrick’s Day in Lowell destroys the business building on Central St., forcing a relocation to 24 Merrimack Street.

A large fire on St. Patrick’s Day in Lowell destroys the business building on Central St., forcing a relocation to 24 Merrimack Street.
1956
1956

Fred C. Church, Jr. becomes one of the founding fathers of the Boys & Girls Club of America.

Fred C. Church, Jr. becomes one of the founding fathers of the Boys & Girls Club of America.
1968
1968

The business changes from a partnership to a corporation and is re-named Fred C. Church, Inc. with Branford S. Brennan as President.

The business changes from a partnership to a corporation and is re-named Fred C. Church, Inc. with Branford S. Brennan as President.