The Williams-Boyce Agency of Amarillo, Texas was established by George Williams in 1904. Williams was an easterner who came to the Texas Panhandle at beginning of the 20th Century to be near the dry air of the Texas Panhandle and participate in the initial growth of the frontier.

After World War I, John Kirkpatrick Boyce, Senior came returned to his hometown of Amarillo, Texas as a war hero (Boyce was awarded a silver star for his gallant service in action). John Boyce was employed by Mr. Williams upon his return and became a partner in 1925. Upon Williams’s death in the 1930’s, Boyce became the managing partner of the business.

The City of Amarillo, Texas was founded in 1886. Since that time, Amarillo has witnessed substantial growth in its population and in the number of successful businesses operating in the city. Williams-Boyce Agency has thrived on this expansion. Throughout its history, Williams-Boyce has served the insurance needs of many large and growing businesses and the people involved in those businesses. Williams-Boyce attributes its longevity to a concerted effort to diversify its customer base among business types and the various companies serving those customers.

In 1951, John Kirkpatrick Boyce, Jr., a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Wharton School of Finance returned to Amarillo to work with his father at the Williams-Boyce. His younger brother, Jim Boyce, a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin and a former Navy pilot, became a part of the agency in 1962. In more recent years, John’s sons Peter and William, both graduates of The University of Texas at Austin, have returned to Amarillo and become partners in the agency. As Williams-Boyce Agency has entered the 21st Century and celebrates its centennial in 2004, the Williams-Boyce Agency partnership consists of John, Peter, and William Boyce.

Williams-Boyce has represented most of the major U.S. based insurance companies throughout its history including: Maryland Casualty; Continental; Royal; Travelers; Reliance among others. Today, Williams-Boyce represents a broad array of insurance companies including: The St. Paul Companies; Zurich, Zurich Financial Services; The Unitrin Group; Union Standard Insurance Company; Metropolitan Auto & Home; Safeco; The Hartford; The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company; American International Group; as well as other established national carriers and managing general agents.

Williams-Boyce Agency, LLP is committed to serve the insurance needs of its customers in a professional, timely, and courteous manner. As the logo states: Williams-Boyce Agency has been the “Shield of Quality and Service Since 1904”.