Workers' comp firm KEMI names new leader

December 12, 2012 

Jon Stewart has been selected to be the next CEO of KEMI. Photo courtesy KEMI

PHOTO COURTESY KEMI — Photo courtesy KEMI

Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance, which provides workers' compensation insurance to more than 20,000 businesses in the state, has named a new CEO.

Jon Stewart, who is executive vice president and chief financial officer, will succeed Roger Fries, who plans to retire at some point in 2013.

Stewart has been with KEMI since 1997. He is a certified public accountant and serves on several national insurance committees.

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