Since 1961, Beehive Insurance has been a staple in the community, providing individuals, families, and businesses with the protection they need. Our founder, Wilford W. Clyde, and his assistant, J. Richard Walton, established the agency with a vision of providing clients with the best possible service and coverage. Today, over 60 years later, Beehive Insurance remains committed to those principles.
“From the moment I assumed the role of president, I have been driven by a passion to make a tangible difference in the lives of those around us,” said Doug Snow, President of Beehive Insurance. “Every policy we craft, every claim we handle, and every dollar we contribute to local causes reflects our dedication to uplifting the people we call our own.”
Beehive Insurance supports a variety of local charities and organizations, and we believe that through our support, we can make a positive impact on the lives of those around us. Some of our employees’ efforts have included:
- Hauling Away Hunger: Beehive Insurance joined forces with the Utah Trucking Association to “Haul Away Hunger,” raising $4,310 for the Utah Food Bank to help alleviate hunger in the state.
- Back-to-School Kits for Refugees: Beehive Insurance teamed up with sister company Geneva Rock, in conjunction with the Utah Refugee Connection, to provide back-to-school kits for refugee children in Utah.
- 9/11 Day of Service: On September 11, Beehive Insurance employees volunteer their time to help those in need in the Kearns area. In the past two years, they have provided food, clothing, and other assistance to hundreds of people.
- Birthday Cakes for Kids: Team members partnered with State Representative Ashlee Matthews to provide 300+ birthday cake packages to children at local food banks. The packages included a cake, icing, gifts, and other items to help the children have parties.
- Letters to First Responders: Employees have written letters to first responders, police officers, firefighters, and members of the military to show their appreciation for their service. The letters are filled with gratitude and support.
- Cleaning Up Neighborhoods: Team members volunteer their time to clean up local neighborhoods from displaced debris and garbage.
- Making Parks More Accessible: Employees have worked to allocate funds to make parks more accessible to children with autism, including new playground equipment and neighborhood gardens.
We are proud to be a part of the Utah community, and we are committed to serving the Intermountain West for many years to come. We know that our success is directly tied to the success of the individuals and companies around us, which is why we are always looking for new ways to give back. Whether it’s through volunteer work or financial support, we are “More Than Just a Policy.”