NORTHUMBERLAND, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Keystone, one of the nation’s largest property and casualty insurance partnerships, named Jim Fenno of Smyrna, Georgia, as its benefits state vice president for Georgia. The announcement was made today by Keystone’s Vice President of Medical & Non-Medical Benefits Billy Bridwell.
In his new role, Fenno will draw on 13 years of experience in the group insurance field to expand benefits sales in Georgia and streamline the aggregation of partners. He will serve as the first point of contact for Keystone’s agency partners in the state regarding medical and non-medical benefits. In addition, he will focus on the development and enhancement of carrier relationships.
“We are deeply committed to providing our agency partners with the tools and resources they need to serve their group benefits clients and communities,” said Bridwell. “We welcome Jim to our team and anticipate he will greatly enhance the value Keystone’s Georgia partners bring to their customers.”
Fenno is a graduate of Eastern Washington University. He has served in various positions for CompBenefits, UnitedHealthcare, Colonial Life, Always Care Benefits and Combined Worksite Solutions.
About Keystone – Keystone started in 1983 when four independent insurance agencies teamed up to pool their experience and expertise. Determined and scrappy in the face of a difficult market, this small group believed that agencies could be stronger and more successful if they linked arms. Today that passion and spirit continues, as Keystone has grown to almost 300 independent agency partners in 11 states. Keystone provides its agents with a community of like-minded agencies, industry expertise and access to specialized products for their clients. Keystone is ranked number two on Insurance Journal's 2016 list of Top 20 Privately-Held Property/Casualty Agency Partnerships. For more information, go to www.keystoneinsgrp.com.