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Specialists in Medicare options

In 2007, Randy Schrupp parlayed his more than 25 years experience in the field of worker’s compensation insurance into the Medicare insurance industry. Today, Schrupp Senior Services, operated by Randy, his wife Mary and his son Todd, has successfully enrolled nearly 800 senior clients in various Medicare plans.

Schrupp Senior Services makes the task of sorting through the overwhelming number of solicitations from Medicare providers and plans less daunting by helping Medicare eligible adults understand and differentiate between the options. As a broker, Schrupp represents numerous plans and providers, allowing for an impartial comparison of the benefits of one plan versus another in order to find the plan that best suits the specific health and budget needs of each client.

“I want my clients to understand what they chose and why they chose it, but also to clearly understand what they didn’t choose and why they didn’t choose it,” explained Randy.

Service after the sale also distinguishes Schrupp Senior Services from its competition. No Medicare plan is perfect, and as clients receive care and claims are processed they often encounter misunderstandings and perplexing questions. The knowledgeable staff at Schrupp Senior Services will step in and advocate on behalf of clients when they are not able to secure a reasonable and timely solution on their own.

Committed to educating their clients, Schrupp publishes a quarterly newsletter highlighting relevant Medicare issues and topics and hosts informative Medicare seminars at area restaurants on a monthly basis.

Schrupp Senior Services also provides Long Term Care planning and insurance as well as assistance for senior relocation.

Call or visit the website for more information or to schedule a consultation.


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Owner, Randy Schaupp























226 Oak Park Village Dr. • Wildwood

(314) 496-0140



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