Personnel Updates

By | January 15th, 2018 | company-news


We are pleased to announce the promotion of Whitney Perry to P&C Underwriter I. Whitney has been with Insurors Indemnity Companies for almost three years, during which time she has held the position of Rater until her promotion on January 1st.

Whitney joined Insurors Indemnity with agency experience in Life & Health Insurance, as well as Personal Lines. Her experience, and enthusiasm to learn has helped Whitney in her journey to underwriter.

She most enjoys spending time on her family's ranch in Kosse, TX with her daughters that are three and five years old. Whitney is excited for this opportunity and is looking forward to growing her career with Insurors Indemnity Companies.

Insurors Indemnity is happy to announce the addition of some new members to our team.

Please join us in welcoming Randall Hunter, who has joined our Claims Department as a Claims Representative II. Randall has held various claims roles within the industry and brings 38 years of claims experience to the department. He can be contacted at (254) 759-3730 or

Marykate Danielson is new to Insurors Indemnity as well, and has joined the marketing department as a Marketing Support Representative. Marykate has prior health insurance experience, as well as an Associate's degree in Web Design & Development and earned a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She can be contacted at (254) 759-3719 or

In addition, we would like to welcome Sarah Pursche into the surety department as our Surety Underwriting Support Representative. Sarah has five years experience as an underwriter in the life insurance industry, and has been a welcomed addition to the Surety Department. She can be contacted at (254) 759-3751 or

Please join us in welcoming Randall, Marykate and Sarah.

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