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Farmers Insurance Names 54 Agents and 25 District Managers from the Central Zone to Prestigious Presidents Council

LOS ANGELES, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Farmers Insurance, the Los Angeles-based, multiline insurer, announced it has named 54 local agents and 25 district managers from the Central Zone to its prestigious Presidents Council.

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The elite group of agents and district managers was selected to the Presidents Council based on a number of criteria, including their excellence in providing best in class service, their consistent top-ranked business performance and their commitment to furthering the goals and ideals of the Farmers organization. As members of the Presidents Council, they will serve as direct liaisons with their peers across the country and act as an important sounding board to the leadership of the national insurer.

"I want to congratulate all of the agents and district managers who have been selected to the Presidents Council. On behalf of the thousands of Farmers agents, district managers and employees, we are proud to bestow this honor to all of these talented individuals," said Todd Brooks, Head of Exclusive Agent Distribution in the Central Zone for Farmers Insurance. "These outstanding leaders are truly the best of the best. We sincerely appreciate all that these agents and district managers do for our customers and our organization."   

The agents and district managers from the Central Zone named to the Presidents Council include:

Agent Name

Market

Cary McDaniel

Alabama

Patrick Burton

Arkansas

David Stansfield

Colorado

Robert Gibson

Colorado

Kristyn Cline

Colorado

Curtis Corrado

Colorado

Larry Johnson

IA/ND/SD

Sandra Cavoto

Illinois

Albert Dyduch

Illinois

Raul Hernandez

Illinois

Al Candos

Illinois

Gabriela Reyna

Illinois

Zachary Breneman

Indiana

David Damme

Kansas

Matt North

Kansas

Aaron Pietila

Michigan

Krystell Theisen Escobar

Minnesota

Scott Uram

Minnesota

Ted Ault

Minnesota

Jay Greco

Missouri

Gregory Olinger

Missouri

Ryan Wolk

Missouri

Sandy Widmer

MT/WY

Lisa Powell

Nebraska

Lance Juett

Nebraska

Sam Chapman

Ohio

Alan Davis

Ohio

Taylor Neuschwander

Oklahoma

Paul Harrington

Oklahoma

John Willeford

Oklahoma

Mark Tomlinson

Oklahoma

Chris Ingram

Tennessee

Jim Cline II

Tennessee

Pippa Wiley

Texas

David Sewell

Texas

Stephanie Waterman

Texas

Cynthia Cardenas

Texas

Angela Johnson

Texas

Harry Dao

Texas

Sammy McKamie

Texas

Cynthia Irvin

Texas

Jeffrey Honeycutt

Texas

Stephen Catlin

Texas

Nadia Cortes

Texas

Richard Salinas

Texas

Joe Wimpee

Texas

Sam Schlehuber

Texas

Tommy Potts

Texas

Michael Berg

Texas

Terry Ray

Texas

Daniela Soto

Texas

Paul McGarrell

Utah

Day Clark

Utah

John Volgren

Wisconsin





DISTRICT MANAGER

STATE

Matthew Smith

Alabama

David Tackett

Arkansas

Jared Seyl

Colorado

Nancy Alexander

Illinois

Jody Starkey

Illinois

Deborah Hoffman

Michigan

Gino Ward

Minnesota

Kyle Armstrong

Minnesota

Brant Pflum

Missouri

Matt Wolk

Missouri

Rick Newby

Oklahoma

Brandon Inman

Oklahoma

Jim Wallace

Oklahoma

Dennis Gillespie

Tennessee

Tim Thompson

Texas

Jody Prevatt

Texas

Scott Hodges

Texas

Lisa Burris

Texas

Danny Urias

Texas

Jaime Vela

Texas

Greg Windham

Texas

David Van Noy

Texas

James Moss

Utah

Jared Peterson

Utah

Steven Forus

Virginia



 

Editor's Note: To arrange interviews with members of the Farmers Insurance Presidents Council in your area, or to receive photos, please contact Luis Sahagun at [email protected] or at (323) 932-4753.

About Farmers
Farmers Insurance Group of Companies is a leading U.S. insurer group of automobiles, homes and small businesses and also provides a wide range of other insurance and financial services products. Farmers Insurance is proud to serve more than 10 million households with more than 20 million individual policies across all 50 states through the efforts of over 50,000 exclusive and independent agents and nearly 24,000 employees.

The Farmers Exchanges are three reciprocal insurers (Farmers Insurance Exchange, Fire Insurance Exchange and Truck Insurance Exchange), including their subsidiaries and affiliates, owned by their policyholders. Farmers Group, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, manages the non-claims insurance operations of the Farmers Exchanges. Farmers Group, Inc. is wholly owned by the Zurich Insurance Group. For more information about Farmers, visit its Web site at www.farmers.com or at www.Facebook.com/FarmersInsurance.

Contact:

Luis Sahagun


(323) 932-4753


[email protected]




Trent Frager


(323) 932-3976


[email protected]

 

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