Combined Agents of America Adds 5 New Kansas-Based Members

January 30, 2013

Combined Agents of America LLC (CAA) has expanded further into Kansas with the addition of five new agency members: Fuqua Ruth Typer Insurance; SBS Insurance Agency; Keller-Leopold Insurance Inc.; Wood-Dulohery Insurance; and ICI Insurance Brokers.

Together these new members bring more than $65 million in premium growth to CAA, and a wide geographic spread of agency coverage in Kansas.

In 2011, CAA generated more than $505.8 million in combined property and casualty annual premiums.

CAA’s new members will grow its membership to 52 insurance agency members.

Fuqua Ruth Typer Insurance is a family owned and operated insurance agency with offices in Hesston and Newton, Kan., providing quality insurance solutions to clients in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.

ICI Insurance Brokers, established in 1885, is a consultative insurance broker providing personal and business insurance for clients in El Dorado, Emporia, Derby, Wichita and the surrounding areas of Kansas. The agency’s official corporate name is Insurance Center Inc.

Keller-Leopold Insurance Inc. was founded in Garden City in 1943. It is a multi-line insurance agency serving the residents of Southwest Kansas with offices in Garden City, Dodge City, Cimarron, Syracuse, Bucklin and Ness City.

SBS Insurance Agency is a locally owned and operated insurance agency based in Seneca, Kansas. SBS Insurance is officially licensed as Runnebaum Inc.

Wood-Dulohery Insurance Inc. was founded in Parsons in 1961. Today the agency provides personal and commercial insurance coverage to residents in Southeast Kansas with offices in Parsons and Pittsburg, Kan.

Founded in 1997 Combined Agents of America LLC (CAA) is based in Austin, Texas, and is comprised of 52 independent insurance agencies located throughout Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.

Source: CAA

 

 

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