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|Farmers' Hires And Promotes A Bass Player To Handle Large Losses|
By Pauline Grant - December 15, 2008
Mary Heineman, who moved back to California in 2006 after some years of working and living in Texas, was hired by Farmers' Insurance in Simi Valley exactly one year ago as a senior claims representative handling workers' compensation claims, and now has been recently promoted to the Large Loss COE, in charge of handling the largest and most complex claims.
Mary also happens to be a bass player and a singer, and will perform at the annual Palos Verdes Cowby Poetry show in January of 2009.
She started her career in Southern California in 1979 when she was hired as a work comp claims examiner at State Compensation Insurance Fund in Arcadia. From there she moved in the early 1980s to Fremont Insurance Company and then in 1985 to Industrial Indemnity in Los Angeles.
Ken Merithew is now a senior examiner handling work comp claims at AIMS in Valencia, California. Ken lives in Newbury Park, and recently was on staff as an examiner for many years with Broadspire, now in Chatsworth, California.