The Vermont Insurance Agents Association Elects Plunkett as President
Posted On September 14, 2018
The Vermont Insurance Agents Association (VIAA) has inaugurated Paul E. Plunkett, comparison clamp boss and principal of Hickok Boardman Insurance Group in Burlington, Vt., as a president.
Plunkett’s impasse as VIAA’s boss follows an active impasse with a organisation that includes portion as a house director, secretary/treasurer, clamp president, a member of a Executive Committee and chair of a 112th Annual Convention. Within a Hickok and Boardman Insurance Group, Paul is a executive of business growth for a skill and misadventure word operations of a company.
Plunkett is concerned in many county and trade organizations. Currently, he serves as house chair of a Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation. He also serves on a house during ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, chairs a Finance Committee and is a clamp house chair. Previously, he has served as chair of a Saint Michael’s College Green Mountain Scholarship Committee, house of directors for a Cancer Patient Support Foundation and a executive for a Flynn Theatre for Performing Arts.
Other VIAA house officers include: Alan Kinney, clamp boss of Kinney Insurance in St. Albans, Vt.; Dan Rodliff, secretary/treasurer of NFP PC in South Burlington, Vt.; and Ron Bixby, inhabitant executive of a Ludlow Insurance Agency in Ludlow, Vt.
The following agents also offer on a VIAA house of directors: Chip Ams of Finn Stone Insurance in Manchester, Vt.; Mike Barrett of The Barrett Agency in St. Johnsbury, Vt.; and Erin Odell of Odell Insurance Agency in Bradford, Vt.
Vermont Insurance Agents Association is a statewide trade organisation representing 150 eccentric word agencies in Vermont, with 900 employees. VIAA member eccentric word agents paint some-more than one word company, and as a result, can offer clients a wider choice of auto, home, business, life and worker benefits. Founded in 1906, VIAA’s goal is to be an disciple for eccentric word agents and to prove a veteran needs of a members.