Petition Closed
Petitioning CEO, ANPAC Gregory Ostergren and 26 others
This petition will be delivered to:
CEO, ANPAC
Gregory Ostergren
Investigator, ANPAC
Stacy Jennings
National Market Director, ANPAC
Mandy Ebert
Assistant VP and Associate General Counsel
Konrad Hendrickson
Eastern Salvage Processor
Rachel Johnson
Spokesman
Nelson Ferrera
Head
Fabio Berti
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Tom Dorian
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Destefanis Agency
Client Services, ANPAC
Client Services
Owner, ANPAC
Dusty Dorn
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Randall Anderson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Reid Jones
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Shane Washington
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Eric Kurtz
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Freddie Stewmon
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Justin Kurtz
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
David Ferguson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Angela Wilson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Mike Albertson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Michael Curland
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
David Lamont
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Monte Davis
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Lee Murphy
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Ron Cook
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Nerissa Tenpenny
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee
Terry Anderson

Demand Insurance Company Pay Lesbian Arson Victims

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Returning from Nashville where Carol Ann and Laura celebrated their anniversary, the couple found a pile of rubble where their dream home once stood.

Despite numerous police reports documenting a neighbor that had threatened to burn down their home and who repeatedly told them, "The only thing better than one dead queer is two dead queers,” no arrests have been made.

The Stutte home had no gas service and was all electric. Even with witness reports of two explosions and a fireball that could be seen above the treeline, that all waterhoses on the property had been cut and that “QUEERS” had been painted on their garage the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, the Tennesse Bureau of Investigation and FBI have yet to rule the fire as an arson.

What is even more disturbing is that the Stuttes' insurance company, American National Property and Casualty, has yet to pay on the claim. Like many homeowners, Carol Ann and Laura had opted for additional coverage in case of total loss. This additional coverage would provide for housing and living expenses until the claim was settled. Six months later and the company has only offered a few thousand dollars -- and no response at all about their property claim.

Imagine, if you will, how hard it is for some to pay their mortgage from month to month. Now imagine that not only do you have to pay a mortgage and insurance on a home that no longer exists, but you have to pay for an additional place to live. Why? If the family defaults on their mortgage, even with their home in ashes, their insurance coverage could be canceled and the insurance company would be off the hook.

Demand that American National Property and Casualty honor their policy with this family. Public pressure will force them to act. Add your name to this petition and show your support for the Stutte family and your outrage at American National Propery and Casualty (ANPAC).


Letter to
CEO, ANPAC Gregory Ostergren
Investigator, ANPAC Stacy Jennings
National Market Director, ANPAC Mandy Ebert
and 24 others
Assistant VP and Associate General Counsel Konrad Hendrickson
Eastern Salvage Processor Rachel Johnson
Spokesman Nelson Ferrera
Head Fabio Berti
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Tom Dorian
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Destefanis Agency
Client Services, ANPAC Client Services
Owner, ANPAC Dusty Dorn
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Randall Anderson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Reid Jones
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Shane Washington
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Eric Kurtz
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Freddie Stewmon
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Justin Kurtz
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee David Ferguson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Angela Wilson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Mike Albertson
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Michael Curland
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee David Lamont
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Monte Davis
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Lee Murphy
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Ron Cook
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Nerissa Tenpenny
ANPAC Agent in Tennessee Terry Anderson
In September 2010, returning from Nashville where Carol Ann and Laura Stutte celebrated their anniversary, they found a pile of ashes where their dream home once stood.

Despite numerous police reports documenting a neighbor who had threatened to burn down their home and who repeatedly told them, "The only thing better than one dead queer is two dead queers," no arrests have been made.

Carol Ann and Laura Stutte chose to trust in American National Property and Casualty as their preferred homeowners insurance provider. It has now been six months since a claim was filed with your company and they have yet to receive payment on their claim or any financial relief from the destruction of their home.

Please do the honorable thing and help this family. It was your promise to them and they trusted you.