Captive industry devotee passes away

Captive industry devotee Gene Allan Denning has passed away following a battle with dementia.

Denning received the designation of Chartered Property Casual Underwriter, C.P.C.U. from the American Institute for Property & Casualty Liability Underwriters in 1974 going on to start his insurance career as an underwriter for CNA Insurance.

Denning’s career encompassed numerous roles, including time spent as assistant vice president for Fred A. Moreton Company, senior vice president of marketing for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Utah, vice president of Johnson & Higgins, and president of AFS Insurance, captive insurance agency of Associated Food Stores. He also taught insurance courses for Brigham Young University Extension Division and the Utah Surplus Lines Association.

Funeral services for Denning will be held on 4 September 2021 at 12:00 pm at the Valley View Stake Center, 2250 East 3900 South, Millcreek, Utah.

The family wishes to express their appreciation to Bristol Hospice for the loving care provided to Gene. In lieu of flowers, they have requested donations be sent to the Alzheimer’s Foundation at alz.org.

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