For Immediate Release
September 30, 2019
Media Contact: Thomas Thamm
MONTPELIER, Vermont (September 30, 2019)—Vermont Mutual Insurance Group® recently named Christopher French, CPCU, AU, AIS, ACS, as Marketing Representative for the state of New Hampshire. For the past 18 years Mr. French has worked in the areas of Marketing and Underwriting for both a regional and national carrier.
Vice President of Marketing, Shaun Farley, stated “We could not be more pleased to welcome Chris to the Marketing team here at Vermont Mutual.” Farley continued “Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the market place. He is sure to be welcomed and appreciated by our agency partners in the state of New Hampshire."
Mark McDonnell, Executive Vice President and COO, added "We are grateful to enjoy strong and profitable relationships with our agency partners. The role Chris will play as a Marketing Representative is integral, to not only Vermont Mutual’s success, but also to the ongoing success we share with our independent agency partners in New Hampshire."
Mr. French remarked "I’m excited to represent a great company that enjoys an exceptional reputation in the marketplace. I appreciate the value Vermont Mutual places on partnership with our independent insurance agents and I look forward to deepening those relationships in my new role."
Mr. French will be based in Munsonville, NH and Montpelier, VT.
Vermont Mutual Insurance Group® is a trade name of Vermont Mutual Insurance Company, Northern Security Insurance Company, Inc. and Granite Mutual Insurance Company. Chartered in 1828, Vermont Mutual is one of the ten oldest mutual property/casualty insurers in the United States and provides coverage throughout New England and upstate New York. Through more than 400 independent agencies, the Group insures over 300,000 policyholders with a direct written premium of more than $500,000,000. The group is rated “A+ Superior” by A. M. Best and a Ward’s Top 50 performing property/casualty insurer in the U.S. for the past eleven consecutive years.