Holmes Murphy Grows Property Casualty Division

Seven employees join Holmes Murphy’s Kansas City Property Casualty division

Kansas City, MO – October 30, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Holmes Murphy and Associates recently welcomed seven new personnel to the Property Casualty division of its Kansas City office, enhancing the expertise already provided to clients.

New team members will play key roles in the development of the Property Casualty division and include:

•Nick Broyles, surety director •Melissa Evans, sr. client service consultant, Bonds •Kelli Nelson, sr. client service consultant, Property Casualty •Will Wiest, loss control consultant •Justina Julian, account executive, Property Casualty •Gary Briles, account executive, Property Casualty •Nate Heying, account executive, Property Casualty

“We are welcoming a talented group of individuals with diverse backgrounds,” said Dan Keough, Holmes Murphy Chairman and CEO. “Their contributions will help us continue delivering the highest quality service to our local clients.”

New hires will be responsible for a variety of industries including petroleum, convenience stores, retail, construction and energy.

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About Holmes Murphy Founded in 1932, Holmes Murphy & Associates, an independent insurance brokerage, serves business and industry leaders throughout the Midwest and across the nation in the areas of property casualty insurance, employee benefits, captive insurance, risk management and loss control. Holmes Murphy has offices in Des Moines, Davenport and Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colo.; Kansas City, Kan.; Omaha, Neb.; Madison, Wis.; Peoria, Ill.; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Scottsdale, Ariz.; and Sioux Falls, S.D. For more information, call 800-247-7756 or visit www.holmesmurphy.com.

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Media Contact: Demaree Donaghu 712-389-1109

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