Wells Fargo Insurance Announces New Regional Leadership in Midwest

November 7, 2012

Wells Fargo Insurance, part of Wells Fargo & Co., has named new regional leaders in the Midwest.

Led by regional managing director John Meder, the team serves the Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin markets for property and casualty insurance, employee benefits and private risk management services.

Patrick Sedlak will now serve as head of the Indianapolis office managing the offices in Evansville and Fort Wayne. Sedlak joined Wells Fargo last year as a property and casualty team leader, and he brings more than 19 years of industry experience in the Indiana marketplace.

John Jagodzinski will now head the insurance office based in Dayton, Ohio. With more than 10 years of industry experience in the southern Ohio market, Jagodzinski joined Wells Fargo in 2003 as a leader in property and casualty and group employee benefits.

Norm Riley and Amy Wildung will now serve as Employee Benefits Practice co-leaders for the Midwest Region. Riley will manage the employee benefits business in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Missouri. Wildung will be responsible for Minnesota, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Since joining Wells Fargo in 2003, Riley was instrumental in growing the company’s employee benefits practice throughout Northeast, Ohio. Wildung joined Wells Fargo in 2007 as an employee benefits leader and brings over 13 years of industry experience to her new role.

Dan Venier will now serve as the head of Risk Control Services for the Midwest Region, overseeing the loss control and claims divisions. He joined the company in 2008 as a Highly Protected Risk (HPR) expert and brings 27 years of industry experience to his new role.

Wells Fargo Insurance’s Midwest region includes 27 offices and approximately 700 team members who provide insurance services to Wells Fargo’s business banking, middle market, large corporate, and high net worth customers in the region.

Source: Wells Fargo Insurance

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