Neace Lukens, an AssuredPartners, Inc. company, promoted Todd Stocksdale to Southern region leader. In this new role, Stocksdale will be responsible for overseeing the growth and expansion of Neace Lukens’ Southern Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and South Carolina offices.
In addition to his new responsibilities as southern region leader, he will continue in his role as managing director for Neace Lukens’ office in New Albany, Ind.
Stocksdale has years of experience in property and casualty insurance, specializing in education, construction, manufacturing and workers’ compensation.
Todd’s first job after graduating from Indiana University Southeast in 1991 was with Neace Lukens and he has remained with the company ever since. He started as a property and casualty producer in September 1991 and remained in that role until being promoted to managing director for the company’s Sellersburg, Ind. office in 1998.
Todd also served as managing director for the Indianapolis, Ind. office of Neace Lukens for more than five years and returned to New Albany, Ind. in 2007 to serve the same role.
In other industry news:
New York Life’s annual Month of Service in September resulted in more than 1,700 employees and agents volunteering in their local communities nationwide. Volunteers worked on 132 community projects to support the childhood bereavement theme and gave more than 8,000 hours of service – the equivalent of 4.6 people working full-time for an entire year. New York Life estimates the monetary value of this volunteer time is more than $174,000.
“I applaud all of the New York Life people who participated in our Month of Service,” said Chris Park, president of the New York Life Foundation. “This is the second year our agents and employees from across the country have come together to give their time and talent to illustrate the company’s continued commitment to improving the lives of young people and their families coping with loss.”
Throughout September, New York Life agents and employees volunteered at bereavement camps for children; raised funds for bereavement organizations; beautified bereavement centers; and created comfort items for grieving children.