Trusted Advisors for all your insurance needs
We are a family of “Relationship Driven Professionals” that adhere to the highest ethical standards and are dedicated to providing insurance products and risk reduction services to help protect our client’s assets, their health, and their lives.
Michael Daniel (Chief Financial & Operations Officer), Michael Spragg (President and Chief Executive Officer), & Mitch Felton
UIS has proudly worked with the Old Fort Banking Company for over twenty years. This past July, Old Fort Bank celebrated their 100th Anniversary.
The Old Fort Banking Company came to reality on July 18, 1916 and forged through the Great Depression. Much like UIS, Old Fort Bank's community commitment has helped its growth to the expansion of locations in Allen, Greene, Hancock, Sandusky, Seneca, and Wood County. They continue to be a locally owned and operated financial institution that provides their customers with, "reliable, responsive, competent, and empathetic" service to reach their financial goals.
Auto Owners and UIS are going to the movies!
We are celebrating Auto Owners’ 100th year of being in business. Check out our video here or live at the Tiffin or Sandusky Ohio Cinemark movie theaters.
We are happy to introduce to you, Chuck Ritzler the Vice President of Employee Benefits & Investments.
Chuck joined UIS in 1986 after a short stint at Allstate and having graduated from Heidelberg College with a degree in Accounting. Chuck is a lifelong resident of Tiffin and has three children Samantha (Hunt), Nathan and Allee with his wife of 30 years Beth Ritzler. Not only has Chuck been active growing the benefits division by double digits every year, but he has found time to be active and involved in his community. He has served on many boards and organizations such as: YMCA, Kiwanis, Junior Achievement, Mohawk Country Club, St. Mary's Endowment, and Calvert Catholic Board.
Chuck is a chartered life underwriter and pursuing his registered health underwriter designation.
Oh, and word on the street is that you can see an impressive plaque in the Heidelberg Football Hall of Fame of a young kid (Chuck) with "great hands" and flowing blond hair?!