Wishing a very happy retirement to Kevin Purcell!
Kevin Purcell, IRC’s vice-president and co-founder, has retired. The entire IRC team would like to wish Kevin a very fond farewell and happy retirement. Thank you for your years of dedicated work to this company and our clients! You’ve helped guide this company through years of growth and challenges and we have all benefited from your experience and mentorship. IRC wouldn’t be what it is today without you!
Kevin, CPCU, co-founded IRC with John Battles in 1997. Kevin began his insurance industry career in 1983 at Insurance Services Office (ISO) where he worked for 6 years in both the Commercial Property and Personal Lines Actuarial Departments. He completed three actuarial exams while at ISO. Kevin moved on to The Home Insurance Company beginning in 1989 in The Home’s Government Relations Department, working closely with the Actuarial, Accounting and Systems areas on regulatory and state filing issues, including the coordination of market conduct exams. Kevin gained underwriting experience, managed Residual Markets and helped administer Workers Compensation in The Home’s Product Management Department. Prior to the formation of IRC, Kevin was the Manager of Government Relations for Risk Enterprise Management (REM), overseeing the business of The Home Insurance Company, which had been placed into run-off. REM Filing Services was created, for which he performed financial, administrative, and regulatory functions.
Kevin graduated from Duke University where he earned a BS in Mathematics and continues to be a big Duke basketball fan. Kevin and his family enjoy sight-seeing, mostly visiting cities throughout the U.S. They are looking forward to more time together and more sight-seeing adventures in retirement.
Thank you for everything Kevin!