ASU Group Announces Two New Members to the Board of Directors
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Posted by: Michelle Rahl
The ASU Group announced two
new members to the Board of Directors effective December 12, 2013. David
Hop, Senior Vice President of Van Wyk Risk and Financial Management in
Grand Rapids and Richard Current,
former Vice President and CFO of Neogen Corporation in Lansing.
"We are excited to welcome
David and Richard to our Board of Directors and are confident that their
impressive insurance and financial experience will be a significant
contribution to our Board. We look
forward to working with them both as ASU continues to grow and service its’
clients in the insurance services industry,” said Debra Claeys, CEO and
President of the ASU Group.
David Hop is
a company shareholder at Van Wyk providing leadership and strategic direction to
the ownership team. As Senior Vice President, he also is team leader for
commercial clients locally, regionally and worldwide. His career in risk management and insurance
has spanned nearly two decades. Previously, he was with State Farm
Insurance,1991-1994 and Marsh & McLennan 1994-2005.
Richard R. Current served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
for Neogen Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) of Lansing, Michigan, an international
food and animal safety company, until his retirement in 2011. Prior to joining
Neogen, he held senior management positions with two other Michigan companies
and for 24 years was associated with the public accounting firm of Ernst &
Young. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Spartan Motors,
Inc. (NASDAQ: SPAR) of Charlotte Michigan and on the boards of two privately
held companies in Lansing.
The ASU Group is a customer
focused provider of insurance related products and services since 1952. The employee-owned company provides
independent claims adjusting, national catastrophe adjusting, case management,
medical bill review and third party administration to insurance companies,
self-insured property and casualty organizations throughout Michigan and
several Midwest states.