Loss Control Representative
Todd McCarley has been a Loss Control Representative for AMIC and MWCF members since December 2003. Prior to joining the Loss Control Division, he worked with the Prattville Fire Department for 17 years where he earned the rank of Lt. Supervisor. His numerous certifications include: fire inspector, arson investigator, hazardous material technician, confined space rescue, rapid deployment search and rescue and personal watercraft rescue. He also served as an instructor for the Alabama State Fire College.
Todd and his wife Sonya, who is a Clerk for the Loss Control Division, have two grown children and three grandchildren. They enjoy time spent at the lake and spending time together. They are active members at Coosada Baptist Church.
GSP: Loss Control Representative
Originally from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Wade joined the Loss Control Division in August 2019. He is a 2019 graduate of Murray State University where he earned his Bachelor's degree in Occupational Safety and Health. In addition, he has obtained his Graduated Safety Practitioner (GSP) certification. Wade enjoys spending quality time with friends and family and loves to cheer on his beloved Kentucky Wildcats.
CMC, CPM: Loss Control Representative
Prior to joining the Loss Control Division in December 2014, Stephanie
served for three years as an appointee by Governor Robert Bentley as a
Community Liaison Officer within the Long Term Community Recovery
section of ADECA where she aided in the recovery efforts of communities
affected by the April 2011 tornadoes. The previous 12 years, Stephanie
worked for the City of Prattville as a Human Resources Administrator,
Assistant City Clerk and City Clerk. She earned her Certified Public
Manager certification in 1994 and her Certified Municipal Clerk
designation in 2009.
Stephanie was raised in Prattville. She and her husband, Jimmy, are
active members of the Eclectic United Methodist Church and have three
adult sons. They also have three precious grandsons.
Police Safety Consultant
Louis Zook joined the Loss Control Division in October 2018 as the SkidCar Coordinator. In 2021, he became a Police Safety Consultant responsible for traveling to member police departments throughout the state to reduce municipal liability and employee injuries. Louis retired in 2018 after 37 years in law enforcement, including service as Chief of Staff for the Alabama Peace Officers’ Standards & Training Commission (APOSTC), Law Enforcement Coordinator for the Alabama Attorney General’s Office and nearly 17 years as the Chief of Police in Sylacauga, Alabama. He attended Gadsden State Community College, the University of Virginia and Jacksonville State University, and is a graduate of the Alabama Police Academy and the FBI National Academy. He is recognized as a Certified Police Chief by the Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) and a Certified Law Enforcement Executive by the Alabama Peace Officer’s Standards and Training Commission. Louis is a life member of the AACOP where he served in several elected positions including President in 2007. In addition, he is a life member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), a member of the FBI-National Academy Associates and serves on various other law enforcement and community boards and committees.
Police Safety Consultant
Terry Sanders joined the Alabama Municipal Insurance Corporation and Municipal Workers Compensation Fund Loss Control Division in 2012. As a Police Safety Consultant, he is responsible for traveling to member police departments throughout the state to reduce municipal liability and employee injuries. While serving active duty in the United States Air Force Terry attended Los Angeles Community College and the University of Maryland, later receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice and police administration from Columbia Southern University. He graduated from the Alabama State Police Academy in Selma, Alabama and the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Terry was certified through the Auburn University Center for Governmental Studies as a Public Personnel Administrator and has also been certified through the Alabama Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program as a Chief of Police. He served as Chief of Police in Valley Alabama and Bay Minette, Alabama. Terry retired from law enforcement in 2005 and taught criminal justice at Remington College, Mobile Campus. He came out of retirement in 2009 to serve as Interim Police Chief and then Assistant Chief for the city of Fairhope, Alabama. Terry is a proud Veteran of the United States Air Force.
Pete Folmar joined the Loss Control Division on December 1,
2020, as AMIC/MWCF’s SKIDCAR Coordinator and is responsible for traveling
throughout the state training police officers and other municipal employees
through the Division’s popular proactive driver training program. He replaced
Louis Zook, who is now serving as a Police Safety Consultant. Pete served 26
years in Law Enforcement beginning in 1994 at the Anniston Police Department.
He retired November 2020 after five years as Chief of Police in Helena. Prior
to being appointed Chief, he served 19 years at the Pelham Police Department
where he last served as the Commander of Criminal Investigations Division. He
is a member of the Alabama Associatoin of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) and a member
of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Pete has been an
instructor in the AACOP New Chiefs Development Seminar and also served on the
AACOP Education Committee. He holds a degree in Criminal Justice Administration
from the University of Phoenix and is a graduate of the Northeast Alabama
Police Academy and Leadership Shelby County. He is married to the former Tara
Littlefield and they have six children. Two of their sons serve in the Alabama
Air National Guard and one is a police officer at the Pelham Police Department.
Loss Control Coordinator
Donna was born in Eufaula, Alabama, and received her degree in Business
Administration at James H. Faulkner State Junior College in Bay Minette.
She joined the Loss Control Division in 2001 as a Loss Control
Assistant and became the Loss Control Coordinator in 2008. Prior to
working with Loss Control, she worked at the Alabama State Trooper
Association for six years. Donna and her husband, Scott, have three
children and two grandchildren. They are members of Coosa Baptist
Church. Donna enjoys reading and relaxing at the beach.
Loss Control Clerk
Sonya grew up in Millbrook, Alabama. She joined the Loss Control staff in June 2003 as a Loss Control Clerk and she is responsible for the Safety Video Library. Sonya and her husband Todd, who also works for the Loss Control Division as a Loss Control Representative and Fire Safety Consultant, have two grown children and three grandchildren. She and Todd are active members at Coosada Baptist Church. They enjoy spending time at the lake together and time with family and friends.
Chuck Burns, FATS Coordinator for the Loss Control Department, retired
from the AL Department of Public Safety in 2004 with 28 years of
service. Upon retirement, he held the rank of Trooper Captain, serving
as Chief Examiner for the Driver License Division. Chuck also spent
several years with the Highway Patrol Division and in commercial vehicle
enforcement with the Motor Carrier Safety Unit.
Loss Control Representative
Kyle Hines is from Montgomery, Alabama and is a 2021 graduate of Troy University with a bachelor’s degree in Risk Management Insurance. He previously interned at AMIC in the summer of 2019 and has happily come back to work in the loss control division. He now resides in Birmingham, Alabama and likes to spend time with his family as well as reading and working on his cars.