Lodge Insurance

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by tdwelch, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. tdwelch

    tdwelch Registered User

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    Just wondering if any secretaries or other brethren out there have any good contacts in the insurance business. There are only four lodges in my district and they are small rural lodges with limited funds coming in. My home lodge's insurance is scheduled to increase from $1000 to over $3000 annually this month. Another in the district is going from $2900 to $3400 as well. All the lodges are insured by local agents in the area. It is a pitiful situation to think that the lodge has to shell out nearly $300 per month for insurance. There has to be some relief somewhere. We're talking about buildings that get used a couple times a month.


    T.D. Welch
    Secretary
    Las Moras #444
    Brackettville, TX
     
  2. Humble Mason

    Humble Mason Registered User

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    Brother Welch,

    I am the WM of Humble lodge #979 and we are going through the same thing. I have a man working on quotes for us right now for new insurance.
     
  3. Danbeaux

    Danbeaux Premium Member

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    Gentlemen, I have a friend here in Spring that has a couple of carriers who would probably write your lodges....drop me a line and I will pass on his info.
     
  4. Bill Lins

    Bill Lins Moderating Staff Staff Member

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    The best deal we found was with Farm Bureau.
     

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