Mutual Insurance Agency, Inc.

Mutual Insurance Agency, Inc.

About Mutual Insurance Agency

Our Team

Steve McGlothin – President
Steve McGlothin - President, Mutual Insurance Agency

With the agency since 1972, Steve has over 45 years of experience in property and casualty insurance services. A graduate of Holston High School (67′) and The University of Tennessee (71′), he received his insurance license in 1972 after joining his father Pat at Mutual Insurance Agency.

Steve lives in Knoxville with his wife Carol. They have two sons and two grandchildren.
He is a member of Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church, a 25 year member of the Kiwanis Club, and serves weekly meals at The Salvation Army. Steve enjoys playing golf, walking and traveling.



Kevin McGlothin – Vice President
Kevin McGlothin - Vice President, Mutual Insurance AgencyWith the agency since 2009, Kevin joined his family at Mutual Insurance Agency after graduating from The University of Tennessee in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts and received his insurance license that same year. Kevin is a graduate of West High School (03′) and is a member of Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church. He┬álives in Knoxville with his wife, Jenny and their two children.



Suzan DeWine – Customer Service & Office Manager
Suzan DeWine - Customer Service Representative, Mutual Insurance AgencyJoining her father and brother at Mutual Insurance Agency in 1985, Suzan has been taking great care of customers with exceptional service and attention to detail for over 25 years. Suzan lives in Knoxville and has two daughters and two grandchildren.






Pat McGlothin - Owner, Mutual Insurance AgencyPat McGlothin – Founder (1920-2014)

Pat joined the agency in 1954, serving customers in Tennessee for over 50 years. Born in Coalfield, Tennessee and graduating from Central High School in Knoxville, Pat had a deep love for East Tennessee. After high school, he joined the military until he began playing minor league baseball. Pat moved on to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers during 1949/50.

Pat made his home in Knoxville where he and his wife Dorothy had two children, Steve and Suzan. He was a member of First Baptist Church, The Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame and the MLB Players Association. He was a 50 year Optimist Club Member, a 50 year Mason, and a community activist for the Boys and Girls Club.