COLEMAN JOINS POTOMAC SURETY BONDING COMPANY
COLEMAN JOINS POTOMAC SURETY BONDING COMPANY DETROIT, Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Herman W. Coleman, former
Insurance Commissioner for the State of Michigan, has been named Midwest Regional Director of Potomac Surety Bonding Company.
The announcement was made today by Willie Leftwich, president and CEO of Potomac Surety Bonding, Washington, D.C., the only surety-bonding company where the majority of shareholders are black. Coleman's Potomac office will be located in a metropolitan Detroit location which has yet to be identified. He helped establish the Potomac Surety Bonding Co. and has been a shareholder of the firm. In addition to his responsibilities as Potomac's Midwest Regional Director, Coleman will market group life and health products for Atlanta Life -- one of the oldest black-owned insurance companies in the United States. "Herman Coleman has a rare combination of skills and experience which will help us develop a strong national company," said Leftwich. "We are very pleased about his decision to market Atlanta Life's products as well." During the past three years, Coleman was Vice President, Corporate Relations for AAA Michigan. He was Michigan's Insurance Commissioner from September 1985 to September 1988; and, before that, served seven years as Executive Director of the Michigan Education Association, where he established its insurance program. He has an undergraduate degree from Alcorn State University and a master's degree in administration from Eastern Michigan University. He lives in Bloomfield Hills with his wife, Kay, and two daughters. -0- 11/15/91 /CONTACT: Gerald Lundy of Casey Communications, 313-423-4600, for Potomac Surety Bonding Company/ CO: Potomac Surety Bonding Company ST: Michigan IN: INS SU: PER ML -- DE012 -- 1521 11/15/91 11:59 EST
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