To provide secure insurance coverage for our policyholders and ensure prudent long term growth while preserving our rural Saskatchewan roots...
Germania Mutual Insurance traces its origins to the early 1900s when several fires ravaged farms in the Hoffenthal District northeast of Langenburg, SK. Jacob Lowenberger’s barn was struck by lightning and several head of livestock and valuable horses perished.
Without insurance – no agents were available and premiums were exorbitant – neighbours and church members helped the Lowenberger family offset their losses and this tragedy became the genesis for a type of mutual aid insurance company.
In the spring of 1909, 30 farmers affixed their signatures to a charter application with a board of provisional directors. The first annual meeting was held May 1, 1909 in the Imperial Hotel in Langenburg (ironically the site of the company’s head office until June 2019).
Today Germania Mutual Insurance Company offers its insurance products in several communities in Saskatchewan through brokers from Estevan to Choiceland and from Langenburg to Langham.
Germania Mutual Insurance Co. is an independent mutual insurance company that grew it's success in a small rural town in Saskatchewan. The spirit of mutual insurance is intertwined in the fabric of it's communities.
"SMALL ENOUGH TO CARE BIG ENOUGH TO SHARE" - Being a Mutual, premiums stay within the community, employing neighbours, supporting the local economy and giving back. It is our mandate to invest and support in local projects where our policyholders are most passionate about.
Ron has been on the Germania Board since 2009 and provides a wealth of knowledge from the Broker side of the business. Ron has first hand experience in the insurance industry as he was owner and operator of Strata Agencies for many successful years. He is currently retired and enjoys wintering in Arizona with his wife Betty.
Scott has been a board member since 2014, Scott retired from Sask. Energy and spends his free time keeping busy on his acreage outside of Churchbridge. Scott loves to travel with his lovely wife and camps and golfs at Carlton Trail Regional park in the summer.
Lorrie has been a board member since 2014, Lorrie is not one to shy away from getting involved inside the community as he sits as a councillor on the Town Of Langenburg and also owns and operates an Accounting Business. You will never find Lorrie at rest as he is either busy working in his workshop or helping his son Farm in MacNutt, Saskatchewan.
Maxine has been an employee of Germania's for over 20 years and joined the board in 2018. Her vast insurance knowledge will be a benefit to the board. Her recent retirement from Germania will allow Maxine and her husband Dwaine to curl in Winter, golf in the Summer and spend more quality time with their Grandchildren who are both near and far from them.
Warren recently became a member in 2020. He brings to the board table his knowledge in property management with residential, commercial and farming lines of business. He's currently the owner of Royal LePage Premier Realty which sells and manages properties within and surrounding communities. When Warren's isn't working you will find him relaxing at his Cabin at the Lake of the Prairies.
Robb also recently became a member in 2020. Rob not only is a part-time teacher but a successful farmer from the Langenburg area. Rob is heavily involved in the Arts Community, as a very talented singer and actor. If you aren't able to find him in the field or on the stage he'll be relaxing at his cabin at Madge Lake with his family.
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