David B. Goodwin, CPCU's Profile and Contact Information
David B. Goodwin, CPCU, earned his B.A., cum laude, through a five year work-study scholarship to The College of Insurance, awarded to him by the Independent Insurance Agents Association of Indiana.
While earning his degree, Mr. Goodwin spent alternating work terms in five insurance companies in Indiana, Ohio and New York, as well as the Indiana Rating Bureau, an Indiana insurance agency and a broker for Lloyds of London. After graduating, he took a position with Wohlreich & Anderson, Ltd. and opened the first national Lloyd’s/Surplus Lines office in the State of Michigan.
In 1978, he received the honored professional insurance designation of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). Mr. Goodwin joined the Lademan Insurance Agency in 1980. That year, he worked with Michigan Governor Milliken to help draft new insurance regulations enacted in House Bill 4962. In 1999, he and his wife, Linda Lademan established Goodwin, Lademan & Associates located in Taylor, The firm serves the business and personal insurance needs of Southeastern Michigan.
Mr. Goodwin is a charter member and past president of the Michigan Surplus Lines Agents Association. He has twice been president of the Allen Park Kiwanis Club, Lt. Governor of the 5th Division of the Michigan District of Kiwanis and currently serves as District Risk Manager for the Michigan District. He has been an officer and director of Southern Wayne County Chamber of Commerce and past president of the Greater Romulus Chamber of Commerce, past president of South Shore Business Network, International and has served as moderator of the Board of Deacons of the Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church.
Dave and his wife reside on Grosse Ile.