AssuredPartners NL Promotes Corey Freeman to Regional Director

AssuredPartners NL recently promoted Corey Freeman to Regional Director. In his new role, Freeman will be responsible for aligning branch offices along the AssuredPartners NL platform, acquisition pipeline and recruitment, ensuring profitability through operational efficiency and driving growth through organic sales, improved retention and continued expansion.

Freeman began working in the insurance industry as an intern 25 years ago. In 1995, he became a Partner at Skipworth Insurance who was acquired by Neace Lukens (now AssuredPartners NL) in 1999.  During his tenure at AssuredPartners NL, Corey has established himself as a key component to the company’s continued growth and success. As a result, he was elevated to the role of Transportation Division Leader in 2000 and then Managing Director for the Bowling Green, Kentucky, office and Partner in 2007.  With the shift to AssuredPartners, Inc. in 2011, Freeman’s extensive experience and superior track record led him into regional acquisitions, which have resulted in his most recent transition to Regional Director for Southern Kentucky, Southwest Indiana, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.  He holds his property and casualty license along with his life and health insurance license.

Freeman has been active in the community through the years, serving on the board of Big Brothers, Big Sisters; coaching youth football and serving as a shareholder and board member of Kentucky Trust Bank.  He is a 1992 graduate of Western Kentucky University, lives in Bowling Green with his wife, Heidi, and has four children ranging in age from 16 to 29.

“Corey has been an integral part of the growth and success of AssuredPartners NL. He’s been with the agency since our operation came to Bowling Green in 1999, and has a deep knowledge and understanding of our business, employees, and clients,” said Larry Schaefer, Regional President of AssuredPartners NL. “We are excited for him to take on the responsibilities of a Regional Director.”

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