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Cumberland Insurance Group Supports Bridgeton Library

November 2, 2009

(L-R) “Friends Of The Bridgeton Library” President Ed Stadler; Library Director Gail Robinson; “Save The Library” Chairperson
Sally Garrison; Cumberland Insurance Group Senior Vice President, CFO, and Secretary To The Board Paul Ritter, III, Esq.;
Controller Frank Wilson; and President and CEO Robert Brady.

A commitment to integrity, a dedication to customer service, and a desire to take an active role in the community defines the men and women of The Cumberland Insurance Group. From promoting educational opportunities to looking for ways to minimize the Company’s environmental impact, we strive to enhance the health, welfare, and quality of life of our employees and the communities we serve.

Most recently, The Cumberland Insurance Group was pleased to support fund-raising efforts to save the Bridgeton Public Library. The Company recently donated $1,000 to help with the repair of the Library’s leaky roof.

“As a Company, we are committed to living and working every day as a proud member of the community,” said Cumberland Insurance Group President and CEO Robert P. Brady. “The Bridgeton Public Library provides children and adults the opportunity to experience new ideas, explore great minds, and learn about local history, while at the same time providing a sense of place for gathering. It reflects the diversity, character, needs, and expectations of our community, and we are proud to make this investment for the future.”

The Cumberland Insurance Group, established in 1844, is celebrating its 165th anniversary and currently serves over 120,000 policyholders in the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. In 2008, the Company had Total Admitted Assets of $315,595,220 and a Policyholders’ Surplus of $140,166,468. For more information about The Cumberland Insurance Group, or to find an independent agent near you, please visit