On the Job

We're on the job with 1.5 million Texans
and we're proud to share their stories.

Every day, Texas Mutual is on the job with 1.5 million hard-working individuals across the state. They’re not just employees, they’re mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, daughters and sons, friends and neighbors. Each one is important – and each one of them has a story to tell.

Peter Bosma

Peter Bosma

Tigé Boats | Abilene

At Tigé Boats, Peter Bosma is helping protect his coworkers — and his community. When COVID-19 caused an economic shutdown in Texas, Peter's job changed. Suddenly, he and his team weren’t making boats — they were helping make people safer. The company stepped up to produce personal protective equipment for the community's frontline workers.

Read Peter's story | Lea la historia

Beverly Horne

Beverly Horne

Vestals Catering | Furlough Kitchen | Dallas

Beverly is one of the thousands of Texas workers designated as “essential” during the coronavirus shutdown. It’s an extraordinary designation for a caterer, and it happened because Vestals Catering made an extraordinary change. Vestals joined with Front Burner Restaurants to create an entirely new entity — Furlough Kitchen.

Read Beverly's story | Lea la historia

Nallely Villanueva

Nallely Villanueva

KPost Roofing & Waterproofing | Dallas

Nallely is a commercial roofer. On the job, she keeps the area clean and organized, makes sure materials are where they need to be and helps install the roof. She takes a lot of pride in her work. Because Nallely and her crewmates work safe, KPost has received dividends from Texas Mutual, their workers’ comp provider.

Read Nallely's story | Lea la historia

Warren Paynes

Warren Paynes

Texas Disposal Systems, Inc. | Austin

Since February of 2015, Texas Mutual has been the workers' compensation provider for Texas Disposal Systems (TDS). We're proud to help TDS protect its more than 800 employees, including 241 drivers – good drivers like Warren Paynes, who has been with the company for over 12 years. Warren is a lead residential driver, and he puts safety first.

Read Warren's story | Lea la historia

Skip Redd

Dr. Skip Redd

Life High School | Waxahachie

Dr. Redd teaches music at Life High School Waxahachie. Handling band and choir keeps him busy, but he enjoys being involved in both roles and he is passionate about being there for his students. On April 6, 2017, Dr. Redd’s life was forever changed on a school field trip.

Read Dr. Redd's story | Lea la historia

Danny Vowell

Danny Vowell

Basden Steel | Burleson

Danny’s been a truck driver for nearly 40 years, the last two with Basden Steel Corporation, a 35-year old manufacturing firm that provides steel fabrication and erection services for the construction industry. On January 14, Danny suffered multiple injuries when he slipped while stepping off the truck. Texas Mutual was there for Danny to help him get back on the job.

Read Danny's story

Kim Fields

Kim Fields

Child Care Associates | Fort Worth

Child Care Associates is the largest child development nonprofit in North Texas with 26 campuses throughout the region. Kim is a family services advocate and takes pride in her employers' commitment to keeping her safe on the job. It's a commitment that has helped Child Care Associates receive dividends from Texas Mutual.

Read Kim's story

David Silva

David Silva

Steelhead, Inc. | San Antonio

David Silva is a strong man—strong on experience, strong on family, strong on safety. When he says he can bend steel, it’s not a boast. It’s his job description. For Steelhead, protecting their employees is a top priority. We're proud to partner with Steelead and help them prevent on-the-job injuries.

Read David's story | Lea la historia

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