Wednesday, January 26, 2011

NAPSLO notes the passing of two longtime members

NAPSLO notes the passing of two longtime members, Thomas Patrick Enright, President of Enright & Wilson in Hollywood, FL, who passed away on Sunday, January 23 and William "Bill" J. Salladin of Hunt Valley, MD, retired chairman for All Risks, Ltd., who passed away on Friday, January 21.

Mr. Enright was a Director, President and Past-President Representative of the Florida Surplus Lines Association as well as serving as Director on the Board of Governors' for the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. In addition, he was an active member of FAIA, NAPSLO and AAMGA. He graduated from Canisius College in New York, 1969 and began his insurance career as an underwriter trainee with USF&G in Buffalo and was later promoted to manager of USF&G's Fire, Marine and Multi-Line Department in Miami, FL.

Mr. Enright went on to become Vice President and Branch Manager of Dana Roehrig & Associates, a division of Swett & Crawford. In 1987, he established Enright & Bradley, Inc. and in May of 1992, formed Enright & Wilson, Inc.

Mr. Salladin took over a two person independent insurance agency in 1972, following the sudden death of his father. He had recently joined the firm and had little training or experience in insurance or running a business but managed to lay the foundation for what has become the largest privately-held independent wholesale broker in the country.

A memorial service for Mr. Salladin will be held at Five Farms of the Baltimore Country Club, 11500 Mays Chapel Road, Lutherville, MD at 1:00 PM EST on Friday January 28. The family will be available to receive visitors starting at Noon with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his honor to Prostate Cancer Research at The Brady Urological Institute of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine or to The Humane Society of Baltimore County.

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