3 December, 2019

Rhodes Risk Advisors Welcomes Thomas Reichert as Vice President, Opens Macon Office

Atlanta, GA – Rhodes Risk Advisors, a commercial property and casualty brokerage based in Atlanta, GA, is pleased to welcome Thomas D. Reichert as Vice President. Based in Macon, GA Thomas will be focused on growing Rhodes’ client portfolio and industry vertical product offerings, as well as expanding the company’s geographic reach. With over a decade of property & casualty insurance experience his addition will further Rhodes’ ability to bring comprehensive and innovative risk management solutions to their clients.

“We are pleased to announce that Thomas has joined our organization. Having seen his success in our industry over the last decade, we are excited to bring someone of such high caliber onto our team” said Mike Davis, President of Rhodes Risk Advisors.  “His addition further strengthens the capabilities and experience of Rhodes, as well as again expanding our footprint in the region.”

Prior to joining Rhodes, Thomas served as a Commercial Lines Sales Executive for the past 10 years at the Dunwoody Insurance Agency located in Macon, GA.

Thomas has a diverse background working with clients from a variety of industries including real estate, construction, hospitality, wholesale, distribution, and non-profits. He attended Auburn University where he received a degree in Forestry & Wildlife Sciences. Thomas was a member of The Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce Leadership Macon 2016 and was awarded the highest honor for Leadership in his class. Additionally, Thomas currently serves as Chairman of the Independent Insurance Agents of Georgia’s Young Agents Committee.

Thomas currently resides in Macon with his wife Taylor and their son.  They are members of Vineville United Methodist Church and remain active in the Macon community. Outside of professional endeavors Thomas remains an avid outdoorsman guiding hunts at the Hollywood Farms Plantation, scuba diving, skiing, and hiking across the country.

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