Gunn Mowery Welcomes IT Manager

LEMOYNE, PA. (September 17, 2012) – Gunn Mowery is pleased to announce the addition of Jim Durham as its Information Technology Manager.

“I am very pleased to join the Gunn Mowery team,” Durham said. “From an information technology standpoint, our system needs to be both robust and fast and our information also must be secure and recoverable. These are critical needs to service our current clients and handle future growth.”

Durham’s responsibilities will include a variety of information service support, including LAN, desktop, hardware and software support. He will also oversee strategic IT planning dealing with security, disaster, recovery, and growth, as well as current objectives within systems.

Durham was previously employed as a Project Manager for Hewlett Packard, where he led many small to large IT projects in the areas of claims processing and managed care. Durham has 27 years of industry experience.

About Gunn Mowery
Founded in 1985, Gunn Mowery is an independent insurance broker providing commercial insurance, personal insurance, employee benefits, captive insurance, financial services and surety bonds to clients in Central Pennsylvania and beyond. Our professionals are licensed in 40 states and have placement capabilities worldwide. We have four offices in Cumberland County (Lemoyne), Lancaster County (Lancaster), York County (Dillsburg), and Centre County (State College).

Recognized locally, regionally and nationally in our industry for service, innovation and best practices standards, we continue to meet the needs of our clients. To learn more about our agency, visit www.GunnMowery.com, or e-mail us at info@gunnmowery.com.

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