Millers Mutual Insurance has announced that Scott A. Orndorff, vice chairman and chief advisor to the CEO, has retired. Orndorff served seven years as president and CEO of Millers Mutual.
Orndorff has spent 42 years in the industry. He announced his intent to retire in 2019. Since January 01, he has served as vice chairman and chief advisor to Jonah Mull, current president and CEO, in order to ensure a smooth transition.
Millers Mutual said that Orndorff’s leadership skills and expertise in strategic planning “were instrumental in revolutionizing” the company and “setting it up for a very successful future.”
“Scott’s dedication to servant leadership, as well as his care and compassion, always made others feel respected and valued,” Mull said. “I look forward to building on the foundation he laid as we continue to challenge ourselves and move this great company into the future.”
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During his four-decade career, Orndorff held various senior-level positions, including as a senior executive with Westfield Insurance, where he provided strategic and operational leadership for a specialty division focused on workers’ compensation, agribusiness and transportation. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Old Guard Insurance. He also worked for an insurance agency in Central Pennsylvania.
“The entire staff and board wish Scott and his family good health and happiness in his retirement,” Millers Mutual said.