Grant Office

In 2012, Arnold Insurance Agency welcomed the Grant and Ogallala offices of Lacy Insurance into our family. With this transition we have learned and grown in many ways, and it’s enabled us to bring a wide range of insurance products and services to the Grant area.

If you are new to our Grant, Nebraska, office, we want to be on a first-name basis with you. Read our bios below and get to know the people who will help you with all of your insurance needs—from purchasing your policy to helping you with a claim.

Arnold Insurance Agency
306 Central Avenue
PO Box 580
Grant, Nebraska 69140

Office: 308.848.2215
Toll Free: 800.658.0515
Fax: 308.848.2291

Hours: Monday–Thursday 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Dan Homan

Works in Personal Lines
Grant Office

Licensed in Property & Casualty

Direct Line: 308.848.2312Email: dan@arnoldins.com

A native of Wallace, NE, Dan enjoyed the rural lifestyle growing up and working on the family ranch south of Wallace, as well as his employment with other area farmers and ranchers. Upon graduation from Mid Plains Community College, he began a twenty-year career in the car business in North Platte where he gained extensive experience in sales and customer service.

Now as a producer in our Grant office, Dan is looking forward to serving customers by helping them prepare for the unexpected with insurance protection for their families and businesses.

Recently relocated to Madrid, Dan and his wife Kodi have three children: Hayley is a senior at Hastings College, Carlie is a senior at Perkins County High School, and Ella is in the eighth grade at Perkins County Public Schools. They are excited to be in the area and starting a new venture with Arnold Insurance Agency.

Madi Jantzen

Works in Personal Lines
Grant Office

Direct Line: 308.848.2313Email: madiarnoldins.com

Known for her sense of adventure and personality, Madi adds a spark of fun to our Grant office. Even though she is new to the insurance industry, she is no stranger to supporting her customers…in fact, it’s one of the things she appreciates most about her community—the way everyone takes care of one another.

In her spare time, Madi can often be found at the family farm, working or spending time with her family. She travels as much as possible, often finding herself in the mountains, at a concert, or at a motocross track cheering on her brothers. She is also active in her community, politics, and church.