Millers Mutual Insurance coverage has introduced that Scott A. Orndorff, vice chairman and chief advisor to the CEO, has retired. Orndorff served seven years as president and CEO of Millers Mutual.
Orndorff has spent 42 years within the trade. He introduced his intent to retire in 2019. Since January 01, he has served as vice chairman and chief advisor to Jonah Mull, current president and CEO, as a way to guarantee a easy transition.
Millers Mutual stated that Orndorff’s management expertise and experience in strategic planning “have been instrumental in revolutionizing” the corporate and “setting it up for a really profitable future.”
“Scott’s dedication to servant management, in addition to his care and compassion, at all times made others really feel revered and valued,” Mull stated. “I look ahead to constructing on the muse he laid as we proceed to problem ourselves and transfer this nice firm into the long run.”
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Throughout his four-decade profession, Orndorff held varied senior-level positions, together with as a senior govt with Westfield Insurance coverage, the place he offered strategic and operational management for a specialty division targeted on employees’ compensation, agribusiness and transportation. Previous to that, he served as govt vice chairman and chief working officer at Previous Guard Insurance coverage. He additionally labored for an insurance coverage company in Central Pennsylvania.
“Your entire workers and board want Scott and his household good well being and happiness in his retirement,” Millers Mutual stated.