Cooperative of American Physicians Announces Retirement of Deidri Hoppe from CAP Physicians Insurance Agency, Names Michael Dyse Her Successor
November 15, 2021by
The Cooperative of American Physicians (CAP) today announced the upcoming retirement of CAP Physicians Insurance Agency president and chief executive officer Deidri (Dee) Hoppe. After 10 years of service to CAP members, Hoppe will retire at the end of December 2021. She will be succeeded by Michael Dyse, who is currently CAP Agency vice president.
Hoppe joined CAP in 2011 and previously held the position of vice president, where she oversaw the property casualty insurance division. She was promoted to president and CEO of CAP Agency in 2016.
“Dee has been a strong and effective leader, instrumental in the growth of all lines of the CAP Agency,” said Sarah Scher, CAP chief executive officer. “Her use of technology to build the agency and the fact that she delivered almost $3 million in dividends to the CAP enterprise from the agency are particularly noteworthy. We will miss her and wish her much happiness in her retirement.”
Michael Dyse will take the reins as CAP Agency president, effective Jan. 1, 2022. He has worked at CAP since 2014. According to CAP, before moving to the Agency as vice president earlier this year, Dyse served as assistant vice president, CAP Membership Services, where he managed the largest groups and accounts across the CAP enterprise.
“With Michael’s extensive background, strong work ethic and excellent interpersonal skills, he is sure to build upon the success of an already thriving agency,” Scher said. “Michael has been working with the agency as he transitions into his new position, and we are excited about the innovative thinking he has already demonstrated.”