Addison-Based Swingle Collins and Associates Names New Leadership

Mac Wesson.

One of the largest independent insurance agencies in Texas, Swingle Collins & Associates, has appointed Mac Wesson president of the agency. Wesson brings more than 40 years of insurance industry experience to the agency. This includes over 28 years with US Risk, where he served as president and chief operating officer (COO).

“I am genuinely thrilled to join Swingle Collins & Associates,” Wesson stated in a recent press release. “I have known and admired the agency and the principals for decades. They are dynamic, highly respected and well-positioned for significant growth. I am looking forward to being a part of the team and helping the agency achieve the next level of success.”

Swingle Collins & Associates has also named seven new shareholders to the organization: Clayton Newman, Holt Wesson, Jason M. Pond, Leslie Elliott, Kelsey Swingle Robertson, Andrew Obriotti and Matt Ganier. The agency is proud of all the accomplishments that these individuals have and look forward to working alongside them as shareholders.

“Together, we will remain steadfast in our goal to remain independent, and continue to strengthen our agency culture and carrier relationships while providing value to our clients,” said Frank Swingle, founder and CEO of Swingle Collins.

Swingle Collins & Associates’ size and independence allow the agency to provide risk management solutions to successful businesses and families while providing unparalleled client service. Based in Dallas, the agency has been recognized as an IIABA Best Practices Agency, Insurance Journal’s Top 100 P/C Agency, Insurance Journal’s “Best Agency to Work for in the South Central Region,” and Dallas Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work.” For more information, please

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