Linda Kylor, formerly of Huntingdon and now of Rodanthe, North Carolina, retired June 21 following a 28-year career with Mutual Benefit Group’s Information Services Department.
Kylor earned her degree in computer science from Penn State Altoona. Prior to joining Mutual Benefit, she worked as a systems engineer at EDS in Camp Hill and as a programmer/analyst at Capital Blue Cross in Lemoyne. In 1991, she was hired as a programmer/analyst by Mutual Benefit Group, Huntingdon, a regional property/casualty insurance company serving Pennsylvania and Maryland. While at Mutual Benefit, she was eventually promoted to senior programmer/analyst and then to her most recent position as project leader.
Among the large projects Kylor either led or assisted with during her tenure at Mutual Benefit were two major migrations of the company’s insurance claims system to new platforms, implementing a system to manage reinsurance, and getting the company’s claims, personal and commercial lines departments onto a workflow and document imaging system that streamlined and expedited daily processing of insurance policy information.
Kylor plans to spend her retirement traveling with her husband, Jake, and spending time with daughter Sara, son Jason, and their families.
Mutual Benefit Group is a regional property/casualty insurance carrier headquartered in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, that has been providing coverage for autos, homes, and businesses since 1908. The company’s insurance products are underwritten through its member companies, Mutual Benefit Insurance Company and Select Risk Insurance Company. Rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best, Mutual Benefit serves nearly 75,000 policyholders in Pennsylvania and Maryland through 225 independent insurance agents. The Company has named one of the Top 100 Businesses in Pennsylvania for the past 10 years by Pennsylvania Business Central, and has made the list of Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania eight times since 2009. Learn more at mutualbenefitgroup.com.