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CGB-Diversified names Crumbaugh as manager

Responsible for Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan for crop insurance firm

Published: Friday, July 26, 2013 9:39 a.m. CDT

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — CGB-Diversified Crop Insurance Services has announced that, due to growth, a new regional manager, Scott Crumbaugh, has recently been added for the Central region.

Crumbaugh will be re- sponsible for maintaining current relationships with agents, as well as developing new business in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

Scott hails from Ithaca, Mich., where he grew up on a large grain crop and beef farming operation.

From lending to starting up his own crop insurance agency (now one of the largest in the state of Michigan), Scott brings a wealth of experience to DCIS. Since he sold his share of the crop insurance agency in 2006, he has spent the past several years working with the creation of a 110-million-gallon ethanol plant, forming a drinking water business, and business planning consultation.

“Helping farmers to grow their business and be informed about the changes in this industry as well as understanding risk management strategies is very important, if not necessary, in farming today,” stated Crumbaugh.

“Diversified Crop Insur ance Services is a great company with impressive products and even more impressive people. I am looking forward to introducing new agents to the opportunity that DCIS offers in increasing the profitability of their agency and their insureds.”

Scott will be working with independent agents throughout his region to ensure that they are able to illustrate to their farmers how to utilize crop insurance to the fullest potential.

Scott can be reached by calling 989-513-0833 or via email at

CGB-Diversified Services is headquartered in Jacksonville, Ill. The company is a part of the Federal Crop Insurance system and services policies in 30 states. They offer a wide range of services which includes crop insurance, risk management, and grain marketing expertise.

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