Team


Mary Farley
Account Manager
mfarley@parrishoneill.com
740-397-6737 x. 2002

Mary is the longest-tenured member of the staff having experienced all of the twists and turns of aviation insurance with Parrish-O’Neill for over 30 years.  She supports all policy types so feel free to ask her your question, she likely has encountered similar situations.


David Rigg
President
drigg@parrishoneill.com
740-397-6737 x. 2005

Dave caught the aviation bug from his father, a decorated B-26 Marauder pilot and veteran of WWII.  Once his father became a civilian corporate pilot, Dave hitched rides and began his journey into aviation.  After completing undergraduate studies, Dave completed his Commercial pilot training and spent time as a corporate pilot flying mostly King Airs.  Dave then transitioned into the aviation insurance industry as an underwriter with USAIG.  Witnessing the success of Parrish-O’Neill through daily interaction as an underwriter, Dave welcomed the opportunity to come aboard in 1988.  He has continued the traditions and values of the firm and is active in industry trade groups and advisory councils.  Dave is a Commercial pilot with over 3,500 hours and remains active in the firm’s A36 Bonanza.  He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Bowling Green State University.


Kimi Pillow
Account Manager
kpillow@parrishoneill.com
740-397-6737 x. 2001

Kimi joined the firm in 2001 and became a licensed agent shortly thereafter.  She has developed a strong understanding of aviation and is often a representative at trade shows.  Her personable demeanor and customer service are apparent at first contact.  She primarily focuses on the individual aircraft ownership policies, but will provide service solutions to other policy types as needed.


Scott Kennedy
Vice President
skennedy@parrishoneill.com
740-397-6737 x. 2004

Scott completed his Private pilot training in Cleveland, Ohio in high school and continued into the Professional Pilot Program at Ohio University.  Upon graduation from OU, Scott interned in the aviation department of a large insurance brokerage in Manhattan.  Afterward, he returned to regular flying as a flight instructor at Sporty’s.  Ultimately, Scott decided to focus on the business segment of the aviation industry, and upon learning of the leading insurance firm in the region, he expressed an interest and joined Parrish-O’Neill in 1998.  Scott completed postgraduate studies while working for the firm.  He is a Commercial Pilot and Certified Flight Instructor with over 1,300 hours and remains active in the firm’s A36 Bonanza as well as flight instructing.  Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree in Aviation and Meterology, and a Master’s degree in Business from Ohio University.