Church Mutual earns esteemed Tom Landry Award for second time
MERRILL, Wis. - Church Mutual Insurance Company earned the Tom Landry Award for the second time this year for its support of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and dedication to youths. The awards, which were awarded through Church Mutual's foundation called CM CARES, were received in February and most recently in mid-May.
"We are thrilled to help these young athletes in their service to others, said Kevin Root, senior vice president – operations at Church Mutual. "FCA's values and outreach efforts are so perfectly aligned with Church Mutual's that giving our support to FCA comes quite naturally."
The Tom Landry Award is bestowed through The Tom Landry Associates Program, FCA's major donor program named in honor of Coach Tom Landry to commemorate his legacy in sports and Christianity, and as a leader to FCA. The program recognizes and distinguishes organizations that support FCA.
FCA's ministry promotes four values; integrity, service, teamwork and excellence. The local FCA serves about 60 campuses in north central Wisconsin.
About Church Mutual
Church Mutual Insurance Company, founded in 1897, offers specialized insurance for religious organizations of all denominations, as well as schools, camps, denominational offices and senior living facilities. Church Mutual markets most lines of commercial property and liability insurance, including multi-peril, workers' compensation and commercial auto insurance. In addition to insurance, Church Mutual provides a spectrum of value-added solutions that benefit its customers. Church Mutual holds the following honors:
- A.M. Best Company "A" (excellent) rating
- 2016 Ward’s 50 Top Performing Property and Casualty Insurers
- BenchmarkPortal Top 10 National Customer Service Center
- 2016 Wisconsin 75 by Deloitte US
- Futuremakers Partner, by Wisconsin Technical College System
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