Kevin is a founding partner and president of KMRD Partners, Inc., a Bucks County Property & Casualty agency focused on reducing the cost of risk for organizations with complex risk management requirements. KMRD Partners supports a unique mix of higher hazard clients, both public and private, including manufacturers, distribution companies, contractors, health care and not for profit organizations, financial services firms, and professional service firms, having both national and international exposures.
McPoyle is a former attack helicopter pilot, has a BS in Engineering from the United States Military Academy (West Point, NY) and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Wilkes University. He has been quoted in the Philadelphia Business Journal regarding Directors & Officers liability coverage and in The Prime Solution, a training book for sales professionals. He has earned the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation from The National Alliance.
KMRD Partners has been featured multiple times in the Doylestown Intelligencer business section for the agency’s unique approach to supporting clients and deploying innovative technology in the risk reduction effort. KMRD Partners is a 5 year award recipient of Inc.com 5000 fastest growing companies, Insurance Journal Magazine 2010 Best Places to Work – East, and the 2011 American Agent & Broker and National Underwriter Magazine National Award winner for both customer service and training and retention. Additionally, in 2014 KMRD was designated an Elite Agency. In 2017, KMRD won the Societas Award for Responsible Corporate Conduct, the first insurance organization to ever win.
In the community, he is a founding director of the Clean Tech Mid-Atlantic Board, and a previous regional (Pennsylvania) director for Disabled Veterans Insurance Careers (DVIC) and the Bucks County Housing Group (BCHG) and a founder, with friends, of Bucks County FoodRunners (BCFR).
McPoyle has run a food packing event locally for Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) which has generated almost 1,300,000 meals (1,282,939 exactly) and involved over 5,000 volunteers to save the lives of 3,515 kids. For 2017, the goal is 754,252 meals, feeding and saving 2,066 this year!
He is active in his church small group ministry for men. He believes significance matters more than success. He and his wife, Heather have four children and two granddaughters and live in Doylestown Township. He is an average golfer who loves to fly fish.