Cunningham Receives “Excellence In Service” Award at Farmers Alliance

MCPHERSON, KS – Rich Cunningham, Senior Claims Representative at Farmers Alliance Companies, received the 2019 Excellence In Service award at the companies’ recent Christmas Banquet. He was recognized for his caring attitude and exceptional service to policyholders and claimants who have experienced a loss. President and CEO Brian Lopata presented the award, noting that Cunningham exemplifies the service we strive read more …

AM Best Upgrades Rating for Farmers Alliance Companies to “A” (Excellent)

MCPHERSON, KANSAS  —  Farmers Alliance announced today that AM Best has upgraded the Farmers Alliance Rating to “A” (Excellent). The announcement was made to employees and independent agents by President and CEO Brian Lopata. President Lopata said, “You may recall that our “Outlook” was upgraded last year at this time to “Positive”, which was a significant achievement. It is highly read more …

Ryan Hicks promoted to Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer for Farmers Alliance Companies

MCPHERSON, KANSAS — Ryan Hicks has been named Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer for the Farmers Alliance Companies, effective May 22, 2019. The announcement was made by Brian D. Lopata, President and Chief Executive Officer. With this promotion, Hicks joins the companies’ Executive Management Team. According to Lopata, “I have the utmost confidence that Ryan has earned the read more …

Farmers Alliance selects new payment vendor partner

Effective March 27th, Farmers Alliance online customer payments will be processed through Clearwater Payments. Policyholders will see little to no change, and no interruption in service, though screen design will change slightly. Anyone who has “bookmarked” the current “Make A Payment” website will need to update that bookmark after March 26th. Other than that, no action is needed, as all read more …

Farmers Alliance Employee Food Drive Feeds Many

MCPHERSON, KANSAS — Farmers Alliance employees were recently made aware of a need in our community, and came together quickly to meet that need. In just three short weeks, employees collected enough food for more than 80 family food baskets for the Christmas holiday. Each food basket includes all the items for a full holiday meal, based on the size read more …

CPCU Conferment in San Diego

The 2018 CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter) Conferment took place in San Diego, October 13th. FAMI Employees receiving their CPCU Designation are: Carri Brobst (I.T.), Amberle Fowler (Underwriting), Ashly Goering (I.T.) , Julie Miller (Claims), and Chris Mines (Product Management). Congratulations to all on their accomplishment! read more …

Farmers Alliance Employees Support WACCC with Creative Contest

MCPHERSON, KANSAS — Farmers Alliance employees recently crowned employee Zack Lock, Application Programmer, as the 2018 FAMI “Prince of Pink” in a special ceremony at the Home Office. Lock was one of six employees who volunteered to compete for the title by raising funds for McPherson’s Women And Children Combatting Cancer (WACCC). All combined, the 6 potential “Princes” collected $3,503.76 read more …

myFAMI Update: Claims Experience Surveys

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Your identity is as valuable as the cash in your pocket. Protect it!

At Farmers Alliance, we want to help you protect your property AND your identity! Your identity is valuable, and recovering from an identity theft can be difficult and costly. A first step toward protecting identity theft is by assessing your risk. Through our partners at Cyber Scout, you can evaluate your risk quickly and easily. It’s called your ID RiskCompass, read more …

Farmers Alliance Gives Back!

As a Farmers Alliance customer, we want you to be proud of the company you trust for your insurance protection. One way that we work to earn your trust is by supporting the communities where we live and work. Farmers Alliance is headquartered in McPherson, Kansas, a community of about 14,000 situated right in the center of the country. This read more …