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Mike O’NeilPresident – Sales
Pat O’NeilVice President
Mackenzie SullivanVice President - Operations
John PentonVice President – Sales
Leah BusackVice President – Finance
Al RohmanWelcome office
Building and maintaining relationships with my Insureds are the best parts of my job. I enjoy being a part of their business success. There is nothing better than seeing one of our clients on the road and knowing that we are a part of what they are doing.
Jeff SinnWelcome office
I’ve learned that although the trucking industry was deregulated in the early 80’s, it is a highly regulated industry with complex issues that touch every aspect of our clients’ businesses. Just providing insurance coverage to this industry doesn’t provide the justice it deserves. An agent needs to not only understand the trucking industry, but also the multitude of state & federal regulations that govern it.
John PentonBlaine office
No two trucking companies are the same, and their insurance strategy should not be cookie cutter in approach. Understanding the vision of ownership is an integral part in developing a risk management program specific to each trucking company. Since insurance is an intangible product, it is important that the right coverages are in place at the time of loss. It is our job as the agent to make sure we are providing the best coverages at the best price—no exceptions.
Jordan HoelBlaine office
The best part of my day is meeting with people face-to-face to talk about what I can do to help their company. Anyone can quote insurance, but I think we excel at truly helping trucking companies define and obtain their goals.
Kevin O’NeilBlaine office
Insurance can often be overwhelming and confusing. The best part of my job is putting my insureds at ease. If there is something that needs to be explained, I put it in everyday terms that are easy to understand. If there is a problem that needs to be solved, I will always do as much as I can to advocate for my insureds. This keeps your focus where it belongs; running a safe and profitable operation.
Kevin KearneyBlaine office
Things are always changing. It’s important to not only keep up with the industry's available insurance markets and potential coverage exposures, but also the trucking and logistics industry as a whole.
Mike O’NeilBlaine office
Trucking companies have started up, grown and prospered by building strong relationships with shippers through hard work, ethical business practices, and an unwavering commitment to safe roads and employee safety. It is such a pleasure to partner with you and to grow trying to emulate and align our values and business models to the high standards set by you, the trucking industry.
Pat O’NeilBlaine office
The most exciting part of my job is that no two clients are alike. My job allows me to meet new people and provide specific solutions for their various needs. In my years at Truck Writers, I’ve learned how convenient day-to-day life is due to the hard work and safe operation of the trucking industry, and I want to help alleviate the stress on their businesses.
Shawn SullivanBlaine office
The best part of my job is getting to meet new business owners, learn about their unique business, and provide them ideas on how to best protect their business; it’s not always just about insurance. Consulting with them on how proper structure, funding sources and business partners/vendors can play a big part in their success is what I enjoy most.
Tom RyanBlaine office
I have learned that many trucking individuals do not have the full scope of what insurance companies are looking for, so I like explaining the mindset of the insurance world. I appreciate that I am able to help owner operators make their mark on the industry.