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To our valued members of the INSURICA Community,

We are pleased to present our 2022 Year In Review. INSURICA’s forward momentum is truly remarkable, considering the challenges literally the entire world has faced over the past few years.

If there is a theme to this publication, I believe that theme is Modernization. The stories contained within the pages of the book point to INSURICA’s commitment to finding new and better ways to serve our growing community of clients, colleagues and our carrier partners.

I am grateful to each of you for the part that you’ve played in INSURICA’s success story. And I very much look forward to working with you into our shared future.


Mike Ross
President and CEO

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