Insurance firm adds two principals

ALBANY — Doherty Duggan and Rouse Insurors has announced the addition of Bo Hart and Ryan Tiernan as principals.

The company has updated its name to Doherty, Duggan, Hart and Tiernan to include the new principals.

Rick Doherty said, “Our company has prospered because of the dedication and hard work of these men. We are excited to have them on board as principals and look forward to the impact they will have in the future of the company.”

Hart has worked at DDHT for eight years focusing on commercial insurance. He received his Political Science Degree from the University of Georgia in 2005. He was awarded the Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS) designation by The National Underwriter Company. Hart is located in the Macon office and oversees the middle-Georgia operations including the Cordele and Sandersville offices.

Tiernan has worked at DDHT for 13 years focusing on large commercial property and casualty insurance. He received his BBA Finance Degree from Georgia Southern University in 1999. He is recognized as an Accredited Advisor in Insurance, (AAI), by the Insurance Institute of America. Ryan is based in the Albany office and oversees large commercial production.

Also, DDHT announced Moye Insurance and Realty of Sandersville joined ranks with the firm earlier this year.

“Washington County and Moye Insurance were a perfect fit for DDHT,” said Hart. “We share the same values and goals as companies, and together will strive to continue to provide the same customized service that Moye Insurance has for many years.”

Doherty Duggan Hart & Tiernan Insurors traces its roots back to 1898. With locations throughout Georgia, Doherty Duggan Hart & Tiernan has been selected by the University of Georgia as a “Bulldog 100” company, a designation awarded to the top 100 fastest growing UGA alumni owned businesses in the nation.


FryarTuk 1 year, 8 months ago

Doherty Duggan and Rouse are mighty fine folks to hook up with. Congratulations all 'round.


Sister_Ruby_Two 1 year, 8 months ago

Thanks to the New Sheriff there are quite a few principals that have become available for other opportunites.


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