Archives for 2014

History of the Kevin Dunn Memorial Fund

On April 11th 2003, friends and family were shocked and devastated by the sudden passing of Kevin Dunn, a loving husband, father, friend, and musician. The cause of his death was later contributed to Primary Cerebral Vasculitis, a form of blood vessel constriction affecting the central nervous system. At a mere twenty seven, Kevin left behind a wife, Karie, and a 20 month old son,... Read Article

Infographic: The Business of Baseball

Read the full story from Erie Insurance: “Infographic: The Business of Baseball“ October 22nd, 2014 by Ron Dunn Agency... Read Article

Keep Small Business Health Costs Down: 5 Tips to Stay Healthy in the Workplace

As a small business owner, you are probably well aware of the costs involved in providing health care coverage to your employees and their family members. Even if you do not offer full coverage, there are still a number of expenses that can weigh heavily on you and the profitability of your business. If you are not able to keep health costs down, you could... Read Article

Lax Privacy Settings on Facebook Can Lead to Identity Theft

Privacy settings on Facebook® are notorious for changing all the time. Oftentimes, you don’t even know that what was once private is now public. And that can have serious consequences when it comes to identity theft, one of today’s fastest growing crimes. Identity theft can involve everything from stealing your credit or debit card information, filing a false tax return in your name, falsely applying... Read Article

Next Up: Radar Guns That Bust Texting Behind the Wheel

It’s no secret that drivers face many distractions behind the wheel. Perhaps no source of distracted driving gets as much attention these days as texting while driving. Policymakers have tackled the problem with legislation banning the dangerous habit. Meanwhile, one state has even created text stops on its major highways. It sounds crazy, but the next tactic may very well be a radar gun that... Read Article