NEW BETHLEHEM — Ryan Wells, Fire & EMS specialist, Minnie Williams, client service executive, Tammy Colwell, senior client service executive, Susan Guntrum, client service director, and Nathaniel Snyder, sales executive, of Charles Leach in New Bethlehem, recently attended a continuing education seminar. The seminar was hosted by ServPro and the topic of the seminar was Smoke & Mold – Cleanup & Restoration, held at the Brookville Church of Nazarene.
This class gave an overview of industry standards and methods that will allow insurance agents to help clients to better understand the mitigation process. The Pennsylvania Insurance Department requires continuing education credits to be completed for an agent to maintain their license. This seminar served as four continuing education hours.
Wells began working with the Leach Agency in early 2017, in which he began handling commercial clients and continues to grow his book of business. He enjoys hunting, running and spending time with his friends and family.
Williams came to the Leach Agency in 2004 as a receptionist. In 2005 she received her license becoming the 14th licensed agent at the agency. Williams works as a Client Service executive, specializing in emergency services and municipalities. She enjoys camping and spending time with her family.
Colwell is a licensed property and casualty agent and has been with Charles Leach since 1982. She is a commercial account manager, managing a large book of commercial insurance. Her outgoing, friendly attitude, along with her years of knowledge helps her work well with her commercial accounts, personalizing each one. In addition to working at Charles Leach, Colwell helps her husband, Dennis, with his ginseng farm.
Guntrum is a licensed property and casualty agent who has been helping people pinpoint their particular personal insurance needs and obtain the top quality protection they deserve since 1986. She joined Charles Leach in January 2004 and with more than 30 years of experience, she brings a keen awareness of her clients’ needs and a solid background of professionalism to her work. Guntrum lives in Rimersburg with her husband, Butch, and enjoys attending her grandchildren’s many sporting events.
Snyder joined the team in December 2012 as a financial services executive and obtained his Life & Health Licence in 2013. He enjoys playing and watching soccer, being outdoors and spending time with his family and friends.