FOX CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Integrity Insurance Promotion Mischel Larson to Personal Lines Underwriting Supervisor

Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Feb. 4.

Steve Klingemann, VP, Personal Lines at Integrity Insurance is proud to announce the promotion of Mischel Larson from Personal Lines Underwriter to Personal Lines Underwriting Supervisor.

In her new supervisor role, Mischel will be responsible for leading the Personal Lines Underwriting team, supporting growth initiatives and driving decision-making in addition to strengthening our ability to provide insurance solutions to agency partners. She will also serve on the Integrity Management Team.

Klingemann stated “Mischel brings an outstanding blend of skill and experience to this position.

I’m confident she will be an asset to both Integrity and our agency partners as we continue to grow our presence in the marketplace.”

Larson has more than ten years’ experience in the insurance industry including personal and commercial underwriting, workers’ compensation and personal injury protection claims. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin LaCrosse with a Bachelor degree of Finance. In addition, she holds multiple insurance designations (SCLA, AIS and AINS) and is currently working toward a CPCU.

About Integrity Insurance

Integrity Insurance established in 1933 and is based in Appleton, WI. Integrity offers auto, home and business insurance through a network of independent agents throughout IA, MN and WI. With partner Grange Insurance based in Columbus, Ohio — the 13-state enterprise has $2 billion in assets and $1 billion plus in annual revenue and holds an A.M. Best rating of "A" Excellent. For more information, visit

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