Ted Mowery / Founder of Gunn-Mowery
Ted, along with his father the late Senator Hal Mowery, founded the agency in 1985. A few years later, Ted founded Gaughen Insurance, in collaboration with Jack Gaughen Realtor, to bring personal insurance products and solutions to their customers. He is also a partner of Gunn-Mowery Properties, LLC, a real estate holding company. Ted has over three decades of experience in the risk management and employee benefits sector, with expertise in mid-market solutions, estate and business perpetuation planning, executive and defined compensation, as well as annuities. He holds his Securities Series 6 and 63 licenses and is a registered representative for Principal Securities.
At Gunn-Mowery, Ted’s chief role is leading the agency’s Employee Benefits Practice Division, ensuring that clients keep pace with the challenges and demands of the ever-changing healthcare landscape. With expertise in self-insurance, Ted was instrumental in developing our unique self-funded health care consortium, Genesis. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College, where he was a brother of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and was a Bullet on the football and wrestling teams.
Ted has been very involved over the years serving on many community boards and fundraising efforts. Formerly, he was President of the Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry County Mental Health Association, a board member for the Capital Region Economic Development Corporation, a board member of the Frederickson Library, a member of the Camp Hill School Board for 14 years acting as President for 8 of those years, a founding member of the Lion Foundation and a board member of the West Shore Country Club. Currently, Ted is a board member and Compensation Committee Chair for Mid Penn Bank.
In his free time, Ted enjoys being outdoors, whether that means hunting, fishing, golfing or working on his farm. Ted and his high school sweetheart, Lisa, have three adult children and three grandchildren.
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Ted Mowery / Gunn-Mowery