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|Wendy and Lisa Go To Zenith, And Darline Schulze Leaves Too Soon|
By Pauline Grant - May 5, 2006
Wendy Adamson, who worked for four and a half years as a temporary examiner at Farmers Insurance Company in Orange from 2001 to the end of 2005, and then went to Crum and Forster for 3 months, is now handling workers' compensation claims as an examiner at The Zenith in Orange. Along side of her, Lisa Tyson, a senior examiner who recently worked at Gallagher Bassett for several months and just prior to that worked for several years at AIG in Costa Mesa, is also working at Zenith in the midst of their growth and expansion. Wendy and Lisa are both evidence of the need for claims handling at The Zenith in Orange County.
C.T. Kelley, who was the claims manager of Crawford & Company recently in Orange County before it closed in 2005 and just prior to Crawford's opening up a new office in Orange just a few months ago, is now working as a "third pair of eyes" as an examiner at Frank Gates Services on the 7-up account in Anaheim.
Darline Schulze was a Claims Supervisor at Crawford & Company in Fresno just prior to her untimely death this past Wednesday, May 3rd. Darlene was also the President of the Fresno Claims Association and a resident of Fresno. She started her career in Work Comp claims around 1990 when she started working as a receptionist for Pacific Rim Assurance Company in San Bernardino, and worked her way up to a claims assistant and a claims examiner.
In 1995, Darlene moved to Fresno and continued to work for Pac Rim until it was purchased by Superior National. She continued working at Superior as a Claims Examiner and remained there throughout the take-over of SNIC by the State of California's CLO office, and eventually the company's purchase by Kemper Insurance. In late 2000, she was promoted to Claims Supervisor.
After Kemper closed their Fresno office, Darline found a job as a claims examiner at Crawford & Company in 2003, and a year later was promoted to Claims Supervisor.
Darline made numerous contributions to the Fresno Industrial Claims Association, including the foundation of their annual FICA Golf Tournament. Those who worked with Darline recall that she was exceptionally knowledgeable and had an uncommon gift for staying current with her caseload. She would frequently volunteer to help others who needed assistance in getting caught up on their caseload.
The claims industry thus deeply mourns and regrets her untimely death. She will be missed by all who knew her.