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Hilton featured in MBJ
October 18, 2016

Susan HiltonOn October 14, 2016, Susan Hilton, first vice president of The Harry A. Koch Co., was featured in the Working Women special section of the Midlands Business Journal.  The topic of discussion was buying insurance for working women.  Susan stressed the importance of protecting your savings and retirement plans – especially in the event of a tragedy or unexpected event. She went on to say that misfortunes and high medical bills could wipe out savings and derail retirement plans.  To learn more how to protect yourself now and in retirement, contact Susan at 402-861-7086 or susan.hilton@hakco.com.


Koch Employees Play Minute to Win It!
October 17, 2016

Our employees work hard every day for our clients, so we asked ourselves…why not let them play hard as well!? On Friday, October 14th, teams of employees played six different Minute to Win It games. We had a great time and winning teams received prizes.  Koch also provided lunch for their employees from the Localmotive food truck! Congratulations to our winning team – Robin Hawley, Mary Long and Becky Verespej!  Koch believes in working hard, but also having fun doing it!

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Wilberger Addresses Cyber Liability Issues in MBJ and on KVNO Radio
September 15, 2016

Clyde MBJOn August 19th, 2016, Clyde Wilberger, Sr. Vice President, was featured in the Midland’s Business Journal’s Property & CasualtyInsurance special section.  Clyde discussed how cyber liability has evolved and how it is crucial to get coverage for your business.  He was also the guest speaker for KVNO’s Omaha Business Brief with Ryan Robertson on September 5th. Please click here to listen. For more detailed information or to discuss your specific risk, contact Clyde at 402-861-7174 or clyde.wilberger@hakco.com.


Lichty featured in MBJ
September 14, 2016

Heath in MBJOn September 9, 2016, Heath Lichty, Sales Executive for HAK, was featured in Midlands Business Journal’s special section, Life Insurance.  He discussed how life insurance can be used by business owners as a valuable planning tool as it relates to risk management, liquidity and buy-sell agreements.  Want to learn more?  Contact Heath today at 402-861-7015 or heath.lichty@hakco.com.


Koch’s Centennial Featured in the Omaha World-Herald
September 7, 2016

On Wednesday, September 7th, The Harry A. Koch Co. was featured in the Omaha World-Herald for turning 100 years old and for insuring one of the world’s best zoos. The article also contained a brief history of our organization and highlighted the leaders of our business throughout the years. To view the entire article, please click here.


Did you know?

Koch with GunIn the 1920s, the founder of our company, Harry A. Koch, Sr. donated land at Seymour Smith Park (68th & Harrison) for a trap and skeet shooting range.  Mr. Koch was an avid hunter. At the age of 59, he gave up golf and turned to trap shooting. Shortly after, he went on to national competition in major tournaments around the continent and even won 2nd place in a championship in Havana, Cuba. In May of 2014, the complex underwent a $200,000 renovation.   It is now a world-class shooting facility.


Did you know?

In 1989, the Harry A. and Gail Koch family donated Doorly’s Pride to Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo. Doorly’s Pride is a heroic bronze sculpture of a pride of 12 lions, which was installed in the entry plaza area.  As visitors enter the zoo from the main entrance, the sculpture is very visible and on many occasions, one will see children climbing on and parents taking photos with this amazing and majestic statue.

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(Photo: from left, Mrs. Graham W.J. Beal, Harry Koch and Graham W.J. Beal, director of Joslyn Art Museum at the Zoofari fundraiser in 1989.)