Harford native joins Redmer Insurance Group

  • Kelly Mee, CLCS, manager commercial line insurance for Redmer Insurance Group.
Kelly Mee, CLCS, manager commercial line insurance for Redmer… (Submitted photo )
April 09, 2012

Redmer Insurance Group has named Bel Air native Kelly Mee as manager of commercial lines insurance.

Mee, a Baldwin resident who is a licensed insurance agent, brings 22 years of experience in administrative, personnel and financial settings. At Redmer Insurance Group, she will oversee the sale of commercial lines insurance throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

She most recently served as account executive in the arts insurance department at Maury Donnelly & Parr Inc., an insurance agency and broker headquartered in Baltimore. In that role, she worked with performing arts organizations across the United States, writing commercial insurance packages and short-term special event policies.

Prior professional experience includes holding the posts of both staffing office manager and business manager at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Mee also worked with two Baltimore-area ambulance companies, where she served in several roles including operations manager.

An alumna of Towson University, Mee holds a bachelor's degree in business administration. She is licensed by the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia for insurance sales of both property-casualty and health-life insurance products. She earned the professional designation Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS) as a result of her successful completion of a course of study and examinations.

Redmer Insurance Group is an independent insurance agency founded by former Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. In Mount Washington, Redmer Insurance Group focuses on the mid-Atlantic region and specializes in business insurance, employee benefits and retirement and executive compensation plans. More information may be found at http://www.redmer insurance.com.

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