Westfield Insurance

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Westfield Insurance
Privately held
Industry Finance and insurance
Founded 1848
Headquarters Westfield Center, Ohio
Key people
Ed Largent, Westfield Insurance President, CEO and Board Chair [1]
Revenue $1.9 billion USD (2015)[2]
Number of employees
2,400
Website [1]

Westfield Insurance, the primary subsidiary of Westfield Group, is a multi-line provider of business property and liability insurance, personal lines insurance (including auto, homeowner's and specialty), agribusiness insurance, and surety bonds.

History[edit]

Westfield began as Ohio Farmers Insurance Company in 1848, when a group of farmers joined forces to insure their properties.

Operations[edit]

Based in Westfield Center, Ohio, the company employs over 2,400 nationwide including 1,700 in their home office. It is the largest employer in Medina County. Westfield's products are distributed through a network of more than 1,000 independent insurance agents.

Headquarters[edit]

In addition to Westfield's home office, also located on the company grounds in Westfield Center are the Blair Center Conference Center, Westfield Bank, and a private hotel called Westfield Inn. The company also owns the Westfield Country Club, a 36-hole championship golf course that hosted the Junior PGA Championship until 2007.

Sponsorships[edit]

The company sponsors Academic Challenge, a televised high school scholastic competition in Cleveland, Ohio and Straight "A" All-Stars with the Cleveland Cavaliers.[3]

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