Marsh McLennan Agency is the broker and service center for the North Texas Conference property and liability insurance.

The North Texas Conference Ministry Center property and liability insurance office issues the bills and receive payments for your property and liability insurance. For billing questions, please contact Tracy Everson at 972-526-5024.

For all other questions, please contact the Marsh McLennan Agency representatives:

Linda Ginn

Team Manager
Phone: 972-770-1420
Fax: 972-404-5528
Email Linda

I will be your service focal point on a day-to-day basis; this includes changes for adding/deleting autos; certificates of insurance; assisting you when emergencies arise. 

Gregory George

Senior Claims Specialist
Marsh McLennan Agency
Phone: 972-770-1408
Cell: 214-435-4845
Email Greg

You can report claims direct to me or through our web portal. I will get the claim reported to the insurance carrier for handling, and I will also review and monitor the claims on your behalf. Please call me with any claims questions or issues.

Wayne Sandy

Loss Control Specialist
Cell: 214-493-7026
Email Wayne

Completing on-site risk evaluations for all the churches is the lead service that I provide for you and the conference. I am also available to you as a resource for any safety related questions or concerns. 

 

Payment

  1. Scan invoice
  2. E-mail the invoice to Tracy Everson
  3. You may remit payments online or mail a check along with a copy of the invoice to:

North Texas Conference
P.O. Box 866128
Plano, TX 75086

Pay online

 

Roof Maintenance & Inspection 

Appraisal Referrals Roof Referrals
Inspection Form  

 

Winter Weather Preparation

The Center for Connectional Resources wants to equip churches to prepare their facilities as temperatures drop in the winter months.  Below are some helpful resources that clergy and church trustees can use to ensure that facilities are properly prepared.  

Pipe Freeze Prevention Weather Checklist
Property Protection  

 

Workers' Comp Resources

Ergonomic 101 Safety Matters
Lifting and Stretching - Avoiding Strains Use the Correct Lift