Robert E. Musto Insurance Hall of Fame

About The Insurance Hall Of Fame

Robert E. MustoThe Robert E. Musto Tennessee Insurance Hall of Fame was created at MTSU in 1999 under the aegis of the Insurance Liaison Committee of the Martin Chair of Insurance at MTSU. The  Hall of Fame is named in honor of the late Robert E. Musto, long-time vice president of the National Life and Accident Insurance Company, whose family has generously provided funding. In the past two years, AIG American General in Nashville has underwritten the cost of the annual gala where new inductees are formally enshrined.

The Tennessee Insurance Hall of Fame was created to give long-overdue credit to the greats of the insurance industry in Tennessee. It honors those entrepreneurs who created insurance companies, and those agents and company employees who made a difference in their companies and their communities, who significantly impacted the lives of many people and advanced the role of insurance in society. The Hall of Fame honors people whose names will be mentioned most prominently when a history of the insurance industry in Tennessee is written.


For More Information Please Contact:

Derek T. Wirz
Committee ChairInsurance Hall of Fame 2018 Medallion
(423) 763-1111 ext. 101

2018 Hall of Fame Induction Banquet

The 2018 Hall of Fame Induction ceremony took place at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Murfreesboro, TN on Thursday , September 20th at 6:00 in the evening. Our three inductees were Thomas Cooper, John Eubank, and Bill Ketron. 
2018 Hall of Fame Inductees

Tennessee Insurance Hall of Fame at MTSU inducts three into 2018 class


Nomination Process

Nominations are accepted at any time during the year. The nominees must have achieved success in sales or in another functional area of insurance and risk management, have helped to create or have served as an officer of an agency or company, or have been affiliated with the insurance and risk management industry in another capacity. Selection criteria will also include a strong value system and a firm commitment of service to the community and state.

The Selection Committee will need biographical data about your nominees and supportable reasons why they should be included. Any documentation you provide will be helpful in the selection process. The committee appreciates well-prepared, brief, precise submissions with salient points highlighted in bullet points. Dossiers of those not selected will be kept on file and will automatically be considered for three years.

Please complete the 2019 Hall of Fame Nomination Form to submit a candidate for consideration by July 1st, 2019.

Check out our previous inductees!