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Patrick Goodman

Patrick Goodman

Commercial Insurance

Portland, OR

(503) 416-6893

Patrick Goodman

Vice President, Account Executive

Experience

Patrick is a Vice President and Account Executive in our Commercial Department, developing customized and comprehensive insurance programs in partnership with Parker, Smith & Feek account service teams.

Based out of the Portland office, Patrick primarily focuses on serving and collaborating with clients in the commercial real estate and manufacturing sectors, but has a diverse amount of experience working in a variety of business verticals such as timberland investment, not-for-profits, and construction. With a background in business and marketing, Patrick seeks to protect a business’ balance sheet, assets and future growth in the most creative and efficient manner possible. This is accomplished through his ability to gain an in-depth understanding of each of his client’s unique exposures, and building strong relationships with commercial underwriters to provide customized risk transfer solutions that meet a client’s specific needs.

Patrick is a born and raised Portlander and graduated from Linfield College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in marketing and communications. After college, Patrick returned to Portland and began his professional career working in marketing and national account sales for a large Pacific Northwest-based food processing operation. Patrick started his insurance brokerage career in 2008, and prior to joining Parker, Smith, & Feek in early 2020, he worked for a Portland-based independent insurance brokerage serving clients throughout the Pacific Northwest for just over nine years. Patrick is passionate about serving the needs of the community and is an active council member and advisor to The Freshwater Trust that works to protect and restore freshwater ecosystems. Patrick is also on the CYO athletic department board at The Madeleine School where his children attend school and volunteers for and supports many charitable causes in the Portland area.