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June 2021

Savage hires two area graduates

Savage and Associates announced the addition of two associates to the team – both with close ties to northwest Ohio. Lauren Hehl-Myers and Kirby McLoughlin will assist clients with saving, risk management, group health and protecting assets.

“Savage is excited to add new, energetic talent to our company,” said J.R. Toland, president and CEO, Savage and Associates. “We know Lauren and Kirby very well from their experience in our internship program last year, and we’re excited to keep them a part of Savage for years to come.”

Hehl-Myers, a Toledo native, attended Bowling Green State University, where she graduated this year with honors, achieving her bachelor’s degree in business administration with a specialization in finance.

Originally from Monclova Township, McLoughlin graduated from The University of Toledo this spring, completing his bachelor’s degree in business administration as well, majoring in finance.

Hehl-Myers and McLoughlin are neither registered, nor affiliated, with Royal Alliance Associates, Inc.

Savage recognized with community impact award

Savage and Associates has been named the recipient of the Maumee River Award from the Maumee Chamber of Commerce during their 46th annual Hometown Hero awards banquet.

“We are so grateful for this acknowledgment, especially knowing the impressive list of past recipients to receive this prestigious award,” stated J.R. Toland, president and CEO, Savage and Associates. “On behalf of our 130+ associates, we are humbled by this great honor.”

The award is presented to a company or organization that is making a tangible, measurable impact in the Maumee community through activities such as job creation, workforce development, volunteer efforts, board service, philanthropic support, or innovative business models that promote social goals.

Photo: Kristin Meyer (left), executive director, Maumee Chamber of Commerce, presents the nominations and letters of support from various businesses and organizations throughout the Maumee area, to J.R. Toland, president and CEO, Savage.

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