Mar 17

Morrow Insurance Receives Live United Award

Live UnitedAccording to a representative from the United Way of Henderson County:

The LIVE UNITED Award was created in 2008 to recognize a company that embodies the mission of United Way of Henderson County. Winners of this award really live out our philanthropic philosophy of Give, Advocate and Volunteer. These award winners set the bar high and really have reached the pinnacle of community involvement. Morrow Insurance Agency is more deserving of this award than anyone else we know! Thank you all for everything you do for us and for our nonprofit partners across the county!

The management of Morrow Insurance would like to recognize the employees for their contributions (financial and volunteer) to United Way, which, extends into our entire community.

Jan 14

Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors Welcomes New Members

newboardmembers2015PHOTO: (Left to Right) Brett Shaffer, Kat Williams, Jan Jarrell, Eric Bush

Boys & Girls Club board of directors welcomes new members
Four new board members provide diverse perspectives,
expertise and commitment to youth in Henderson County

Hendersonville, NC – January 14, 2015 – At their final meeting of the year, the Boys & Girls Club of Henderson County’s board of directors unanimously accepted the nominations of four new board members. Initial 1-year terms for all four begin in January, 2015.

Jan Jarrell, an established Boys & Girls Club volunteer, High Tea committee member and Champion Hills resident, will be joining the board alongside newly elected colleague Brett Shaffer, President of Morrow Insurance Company. Also new to the panel is Emmy-nominated jazz singer, Kat Williams, whose professional background beyond music includes a decade of work in law enforcement as a correctional officer. Eric Bush, Executive Director of Henderson County Department of Social Services, rounds out the slate of incoming board members.

“We’re thrilled to welcome these individuals to the Boys & Girls Club family,” said board president-elect Paige Boyd. “Not only do these people bring impressive skills, perspectives and talents to our organization, they are committed to our mission, serving the children who need us most in Henderson County. We are excited about the future.”

Also at the December meeting, renewing board members Erica Allison, Blair Craven and Julie Nease were unanimously approved to serve their first, 3-year term. Veteran board member, Chris Smith, was approved for a second, 3-year term.

About the Boys & Girls Club of Henderson County
The club opened in 1993, serving a handful of members in a 2,000 square foot building. Today, the downtown Hendersonville campus has expanded to 35,000 square feet and served more than 1,600 young people annually. The Club has been recognized with top program awards at the state and national levels by Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Members benefit from more than 50 programs focusing on Education & Career Development, Sports, Fitness & Recreation, Health & Life Skills, Character & Leadership, and the Arts. The mission of the Boys & Girls Club is to inspire and enable young people, especially those most in need, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. An all-inclusive membership to the club costs $5.00 per child, per year.

Dec 08

Jo Feagin Celebrates 25 Years with Morrow

Jo AnniversaryJo Feagin of the Morrow Benefits Team is celebrating her 25th year with Morrow Insurance.  In commemoration of her hard work and dedication, she was honored at the annual Christmas Luncheon by Dave Shaffer and Jim Rasmussen.  Congratulations Jo!

Dec 08

Morrow Introduces Katrina Parker

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMorrow Insurance would like to welcome Katrina Parker to the Personal Lines Team.  Katrina replaces Linda Acquino who has taken a position with our Commercial Lines Team.  Katrina moved to Western NC a year ago from Wilmington, NC. She is a proud graduate of Mount Olive College (now University of Mount Olive) with a B.S. in Business Administration. She has been a licensed insurance agent since 1998 as well as managed two insurance offices. The five years prior to moving to Hendersonville Katrina worked exclusively with high net worth clients. In this capacity she specialized in high value homes, coastal insurance, and servicing the agency’s largest personal lines accounts. She is now very excited and proud to call Hendersonville and Morrow Insurance home.

Feb 14

IRS warns about sophisticated phone scam

The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers about a sophisticated phone scam in which scammers are posing as IRS agents.

Reports of fraudulent calls are popping up around the nation, and the warning is timely because Presidents Day weekend is typically a busy period for tax filings, said Mark Hanson, IRS media relations representative for North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.

Scammers are telling their potential victims that they owe money to the IRS and it must be paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer.

The ruse is particularly effective, Hanson said, because the scammer knows the victim’s name, the last four digits of the person’s Social Security number — sometimes the entire Social Security number. Furthermore, the tricksters have found a way to manipulate caller ID so that the call looks as though it’s coming from a legitimate IRS phone number, Hanson said.

Read the full article at BlueRidgeNow:

Feb 10

Congratulations to the Safety 1st Award winners for 2013!

Markel Insurance

Every year Markel recognizes camps that have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to safety. Many of our camps have received the Safety 1st designation for multiple, consecutive years, and we offer them special congratulations.  Morrow Insurance Agency would like to recognize the following camps for achieving this special recognition:

  • Green River Preserve
  • Tate’s Day Camp
  • Lake Placid Camp and Conference Center
  • Inside Out, Inc.
  • Camp Ton-A-Wandah
  • Camp High Rocks
  • Strong Rock Camp

Keep up the good work!

Feb 06

Rasmussen Helps Camps Navigate the Affordable Care Act

Morrow Insurance Employee Benefits Specialist, Jim Rasmussen, had the privilege of speaking at the NC Youth Camp Association Conference on January 10 and at the American Camp Association on February 6 concerning the Affordable Care Act and how the law affects camps.  Camp workforce requirements and seasons impact what camps are required to do to comply with the law.  For those needing more information or those wanting assistance with their employee benefits needs, please contact Jim at

Sep 17

Persons & Taylor Recognized for 25 Years of Service

Morrow Insurance Agency, Inc. is pleased to announce the anniversary of two long term employees.  Jean Persons, Customer Service Representative in the Camp Insurance Department and Liz Taylor, Producer for the Crop Insurance Department have recently completed 25 years of service to the agency.  They were honored at a breakfast meeting at Highland Lake Inn on August 15, 2013 and recognized for their dedicated service.  Thanks Jean & Liz for all of your hard work!

(Pictured from left to right, Jim Rasmussen, Jean Persons, Liz Taylor & Dave Shaffer, President & CEO)


Aug 20

Affordable Care Act–The Exchanges

On August 15, 2013 WLOS aired a segment on the exchanges that will be available as part of the Affordable Care Act.  Morrow Insurance’s Sharon Robbins was interviewed and her comments were featured as part of the segment. Kudos to the Benefits Department for continuing to be a leader in WNC to keep people informed about the important changes coming in health insurance.

Jul 23

Music on Main Friday Night

Please join us this Friday night, July 26  for Music On Main sponsored by Morrow Insurance.  This week’s entertainment will be Emporium.  Bring a chair and sit back, relax and enjoy the music from 7:00-9:00 pm.

Put on your dancing shoes and head to Music On Main Street for some good toe tapping music.  Be sure to look for the Morrow gang!

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