Recognition for Insurance Industry Leaders, Innovators

 

The Michigan Insurance Hall of Fame was  established at Olivet College in 1994 as a way to pay tribute to individuals who have made a significant impact on the abiltiy of the Michigan insurance and risk management industry to serve the public.

 

The Insurance Hall of Fame represents leaders and/or innovators who have made significant contributions in five areas: product/service development, education, recruiting new participants, legislative and regulatory activity and exemplary service in the Michigan Insurance industry.

 

In addition, the Hall of Fame awards scholarships to future insurance leaders  to pursue insurance degrees.

 

DATES TO REMEMBER

3/15/21

Deadline for

Nominations

5/21

10/27/21

2021 Inductees

Announced

NEWS & Notes

FIVE INSURANCE INDUSTRY LEADERS TO BE INDUCTED TO

MICHIGAN INSURANCE HALL OF FAME

 

The Michigan Insurance Hall of Fame will honor five outstanding insurance industry leaders, legends, and innovators at the next annual induction ceremony, to be held October 27, 2021 at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West.

 

Inductees selected in 2020 are Mary LaPorte, career insurance educator; Wendy Loveless, insurance educator, mentor and community volunteer; and Roger Stoor, former president of the Lud Stoor Agency and active insurance educator. Inductees selected in 2021 are Scott White, CEO of VAST and active industry and community volunteer; and Lori McAllister, Executive Board member at the Dykema Law Firm and key attorney to carriers in many important cases and legislative actions.

 

The Michigan Insurance Hall of Fame was established at Olivet College in 1994 as a way to pay tribute to individuals who have made a significant impact on the ability of the Michigan insurance and risk management industry to serve the public.  An election panel, representing a cross-section of the insurance and risk management business, identifies leaders and/or innovators who have made significant contributions in five areas:  product/service development, education, recruiting new participants, legislative and regulatory activity, and exemplary service.