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February 26, 2020
Cheryl Scott, City Of Glendale Workers’ Compensation Administrator, To Retire At End Of March 2020. She plans to work part-time and be in the audience at the Hollywood Bowl.
November 17, 2019
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August 21, 2018
Sheri Lawrence Joins Sempra Energy As Employee Care Services Manager After 29 Years Of Workers' Compensation Claims Experience
June 19, 2018
I, Harold David Anderson, Am Retiring From The Claims And Sales World, But Not From Work. I’m Moving On To Become A Full-Time Writer.
|Tale Of Two Tammies--And The Loss Of A Claims Manager|
By Pauline Grant - April 28, 2006
Tammy Holt is now a Workers' Compensation Claims Supervisor at Risk Enterprise Management in Brea, California, where she started last week after resigning from her Supervisory position with GAB Robins in Ontario, California. Tammy started in work comp claims as an examiner at State Compensation Insurance Fund in Arcadia, California, in the early 1990s, and then by the late 1990s she was working for Southern California Edison in Rosemead, California. Ms. Holt holds many certificates, including an SIP certificate.
Tami Warner has just been promoted from Work Comp Claims Supervisor at Broadspire in Rancho Cordova, California to Account Manager after only 7 months with the company. Tami was with Intercare Insurance Services just prior to Broadspire where she worked as a Claims Supervisor first in the Intercare Pasadena, California, office and then in their Sacramento office.
The California claims industry mourns the loss of Etawanda Breland, who just died yesterday of lung cancer. Etiwanda, called "Wanda" for short, was the Claims Manager of the Von's self-insured, self-administered workers' compensation claims office in Arcadia, California, for the past three years up until she went on medical leave just this past December of 2005. Prior to being the claims manager, Wanda was a supervisor in that same Von's office for many years.