Posted April 17,  2017

Cook Insurance, Mutual Aid eXchange make donation to Seymour Cemetery

Dan Sales of Cook Insurance in Centerville requested funding from Mutual Aid eXchange Insurance to repair and reset the 65 headstones damaged by the March 6, 2017 storm.

“Community service is important to us at Cook Insurance, as well as at MAX,” said Sales. “A representative from the company’s Mutual Aid Ministries program contacted me a few days after the storm to see if they could be helpful to our community. I told them about the cemetery damage and explained that the cemetery had very limited resources. Within a couple of weeks, MAX contributed $5,000 for the restoration of the cemetery.”

Sales is an independent insurance agent representing MAX Insurance is his community and surrounding areas. MAX Insurance of Overland Park, Kansas, is a unique fair, faithful and socially responsible insurance enterprise. Founded on religious principles, the company’s mission is to restore wholeness to communities and individuals in need. It lives out its mission through a variety of quality, fairy-balances insurance products, outstanding personalized customer service and its non-profit Mutual Aid Ministries program.

“MAX is more than an insurance company” said David Wine, president and chief executive officer. “That’s why we are excited to partner with Cook Insurance on this important project. When Dan told us about the damage to the cemetery we were more than happy to make a grant from our Community Commitment Program.”