Indiana Insurance Commissioner Carol Cutter has died.
Cutter died Sept. 6 in Indianapolis, according to a death notice posted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), Kansas City, Mo.
Gov. Mitchell Daniels Jr., R, appointed Cutter to the commissioner post in June 2009. She succeeded Jim Atterholt, who left to go to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. Cutter went on medical leave earlier this year. Stephen Robertson has been acting commissioner since June.
Cutter spent decades in the insurance industry working in property-casualty insurance agencies, life and health distribution organizations, and her own benefits enrollment firm. She was active in Indiana insurance groups.