Four directors are retiring from the Kansas Insurance Department on December 5th.
Directors Marlyn Burch, life division; Neil Woerman, information technology; Steve O'Neil, consumer assistance; and Ted Clark, anti-fraud, will retire. The department has 11 directors.
Burch has worked for the department for 53 years.
O'Neil joined the department in 1987, while Woerman and Clark joined the department in 2003.
The department will wait to fill the positions until Ken Selzer becomes commissioner in January.
Ken Selzer of Leawood has won the Republican nomination for Kansas insurance commissioner.
His nearest rival was Eudora health insurance consultant Beverly Gossage, followed by state Senator Clark Shultz of Lindsborg.
Selzer will face Democrat and Overland Park businessman Dennis Anderson in the November election.
Three-term Republican Commissioner Sandy Praeger didn't seek re-election after breaking with most of the GOP and praising the Affordable Care Act.
Republican Senator Clark Schultz of Lindsborg has filed to run for Kansas Insurance Commissioner.
He joins an already crowded field of candidates for the August 5th primary.
Five Republicans and one Democrat are running to replace three-term incumbent Sandy Praeger. She is not seeking re-election.
Shultz was appointed to the Senate earlier this year to fill a vacancy after he served 17 years in the House, including nine years as its Insurance Committee chairman.