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Teammates at Brown & Brown Northwest Insurance strive to be remarkable in everything we do. We are proud of Andrew O’Neal, Account Executive, for his remarkable contribution to Make-A-Wish® Oregon.
Make-A-Wish® Oregon grants wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions living in Oregon and Clark County, Washington. Andrew has been a Wish Granter at Make-A-Wish® Oregon since March of 2012, but his involvement with the organization began years ago when his sister was a wish recipient.
Andrew explains, “I was first introduced to Make-A-Wish when two strangers knocked on my family’s door wearing blue shirts. They had a bunch of presents and the great news that my Sister, Jenna, was approved to receive a wish. Jenna eventually decided to go to Hawaii and swim with Dolphins. Although I remember the vacation as one of the most entertaining for my sister and entire family, what really remained with me was how Make-A-Wish took us away from a time of turmoil and provided a happy, no stress time away from it all.
Because of this memory, I made it a point to become a Wish Granter to help deliver the same feelings of joy and happiness my sister and family felt during our experience.
It is indescribable how a child and their family react during the Wish process … I encourage you all to check it out. Make-a-Wish is always looking for volunteers!”
Make-A-Wish® Oregon serves approximately 200 children annually. To learn more, please visit: