Trustmark In the News

Trustmark media coverage includes numerous articles and interviews in insurance and business trade periodicals.

Trustmark Companies (corporate)

The Trustmark Companies Refresh Brands to Reflect Broad Employee Benefit Offerings.

Trustmark Foundation's Impact Educator Grant Program funds Lake County students' snowshoeing program.

Trustmark Companies' Impact Educator Grant Program focuses on Lake County, Ill., students' health.

Trustmark Companies to be corporate hospitality partner for BMW Championship golf tournament in Lake Forest, Illinois.

Chicago Bears Center Roberto Garza recruiting Conway Park employee volunteers at Trustmark Companies.

Trustmark celebrates it centennial year in 2013 -- "100 Years of Trust."

Joseph L. Pray elected Trustmark Companies' CEO; McDonough to retain board seat.

Crain's Chicago Business publishes a special column "Trustmark's Rx for Growth," featuring ways the company grew revenue 12 percent in 2010, including its acquisition of HealthFitness, a fitness and health management leader. 

Trustmark's Boardman, Ohio, office is featured in a television story about its monetary and voluntary contributions to Sojourner House, a domestic violence shelter, along with donations to other non-profits by means of The Trustmark Foundation..

CoreSource

CoreSource to Administer New Maryland Health Cooperative, projected to provide healthcare access to nearly 80K individuals.

CoreSource client Herr Foods cites various health-oriented strategies from CoreSource that have both helped keep the company's 1,500 employees healthier and give a bend to the bottom-line cost curve in an article on IndustryWeek.com.

Business Insurance magazine named CoreSource a Silver Circle winner the second consecutivre year in its 2010 Readers Choice Awards in the category of Best Third-Party Administrator (Benefits).

CoreSource’s ability to provide customized solutions to cost-conscious employers was highlighted in a Business Insurance article, “Employers Want to Save Money While Working with TPAs.”

Voluntary Benefit Solutions

Trustmark's Dan Johnson quoted in Benefits Pro article "6 reasons voluntary sales will flourish in 2016."

Trustmark launches its new critical illness policy.

Trustmark enhances its critical illness insurance offering.

Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions names Les McPhearson as Vice President of Product and Innovation.

Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions' Dan Johnson inducted into Workplace Benefits Association Hall of Fame.

Bob Cogan named New England Sales Director for Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions.

Trustmark's RAE Egleston answers some frequently asked questions about key differences between term and universal life insurance plans in the September 2011 Employee Benefit News story "Bringing Coverage to Life."

Appearing in the May 2011 issue of Employee Benefit Adviser magazine, "Why employee engagement? Provide the connection to boost your business relationship and revenue" by Trustmark's Richard "RAE" Egleston is directed toward benefits brokers who want to help their clients' wellness programs reach their highest potential.

Alex Moral, Trustmark Senior Vice President, explains how citical illness and accident insurance can effectively supplement core health plans in and article in CDHC Solutions.

Benefits Selling, a leading broker magazine, featured "Where are you on the critical illness sales track?" by Carol Egan, Trustmark Second Vice President of Marketing.

Coinciding with Trustmark Voluntary’s new “needs-based” marketing initiative, National Underwriter published an online exclusive “Take a Needs-Based Approach to Boost Enrollments.”

An overall picture of the market need for voluntary benefits is outlined in VoluntaryBenefitsMagazine “Experience the Benefit of Voluntary Benefits.”

Employee Benefit Adviser explores a roundtable refresher on what makes critical illness plans so critical in “Carriers Talk Critical Illness.”

Opportunities behind Critical Illness insurance sales are unveiled in “Solving the CI Mystery” in Broker World Magazine.

Starmark

"Is self-funded uncharted territory for you and your small to midsize clients?" Find out in this 2015 Health Insurance Underwriter article.

Jim Howe, AVP of Trustmark's Product Development wrote "How to Gain Advantage of the Small Group Health Market" which appears in Broker World magazine's June 2010 issue.

Trustmark Medical Director Dr. Dennis Richling M.D. appears on ReachMD radio, a physician-oriented program on XM Satellite Radio, talking about "Wellness Initiatives and the Physician." Listen to the podcast.

HealthFitness

Sean McManamy, HealthFitness senior vice president, Corporate Development, weighs in on three trends that impacted the industry in 2015.

Trustmark's Chief Information Security Officer Jill Rhodes talks about "How safe is your wellness program?"

HealthFitness earns URAC accreditation for employee health 24/7 Nurse Line call center.

Employee Benefit News interviews Gregg Lehman, HealthFitness CEO in "The Road Not Taken."  In this article, Lehman discusses how the wellness market addresses health-risk needs of employer populations.

Chicago Tribune's Bruce Japsen featured Trustmark and HealthFitness in a Q&A piece about companies offering personal training for their employees.

HealthFitness CEO Gregg Lehman is featured in Employee Benefits News June 1, 2010 article on "Taking the Reins of Absence Management."

The Chicago Tribune featured Trustmark's intention to acquire the Health Fitness Corporation in its weekly "Inside Healthcare" column.


CoreSource Associates Participate in Plane Pull for Charity

A group of CoreSource associates in Lancaster, Penn., recently did some heavy lifting for client Piedmont Airlines at Harrisburg International Airport. The team pulled a plane, weighing roughly 30,000 pounds, a distance of 15 feet to raise funds for the United Way of the Capital Region.

In Piedmont’s annual Dash Pull, held at various airports across the country, teams of eight made up of Piedmont employees and community members compete to see who can pull a DASH-8 turboprop aircraft, which seats 37 people, 15 feet in the fastest time. Each participant pays $10 and the money goes directly to the United Way. One team was announced the grand winner.

“We were invited to get a team together by our client, Piedmont Airlines, to help raise money for United Way. We assembled nine people strong and it truly was a fun day,” said Chris Hess, Senior Administrative Assistant. “Our team pulled the Dash plane 15 feet from start to finish in 7.4 seconds, which was a very respectable time – especially in light of the fact that we had never done it before and were competing against teams who obviously had, some of which were all-male teams.”

The CoreSource participants, who also enjoyed a picnic lunch inside an airplane hangar, included Kevin Ray, Eileen Lefever, Amy Eidemiller, Ed Jackson, Lloyd Sarrel, Brendan Quinn, Mitch Redcay and Chris Hess. CoreSource Northeast Regional President Bob Wolfkiel was an alternate member of the team.

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A team of CoreSource associates from the Lancaster office recently participated in client Piedmont Airlines’ annual Dash Pull to raise money for United Way. The team competed against others to see who could pull a DASH-8 aircraft a distance of 15 feet the fastest. Team members included (from left) Ed Jackson, Amy Eidemiller, Mitch Redcay, Eileen Lefever, Lloyd Sarrel, Kevin Ray, Brendon Quinn and Chris Hess.