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Cannon Cochran Hires New California State Director
By Lonce LaMon - July 22, 2009

Kyle Fritzsinger is now the State Director of the claims operations for Cannon Cochran Management Services, Inc. in California.

Cannon Cochran, aka CCMSI, is a Third Party Administrator which is Nationwide and has offices in California in Irvine and Concord.   Kyle, who started with the company on June 15, 2009, now oversees the California claims operations, and has her regular office in the Irvine location.

"This company is fabulous," Kyle expressed yesterday by phone, "It's really a great place." 

CCMSI only very recently opened up the Irvine office early on in this year 2009.  Kyle went on to say that CCMSI is "very committed to growth in California and the West."

Ms. Fritzsinger recently left Cambridge Integrated Services Group as a result of a layoff after Cambridge was purchased by Xchanging, a London based company, which closed its Pasadena, California, office where Kyle was the Assistant Vice President of Claims since being hired by Cambridge in September of 2008.  Xchanging also in the same fell swoop, closed the former Cambridge claims office in San Diego.

Kyle worked for six solid years, from 1985 to 1991, at Employers Insurance of Wausau as their western Regional Claims Manager.  From 1991 to 1993, she worked also as a Regional Claims Manager for California Compensation Insurance Company.  In 1993 she went to California Indemnity as Branch Claims Manager in the Burbank Office; then she was promoted up to Assistant Vice President of Claims and henceforth to Vice President of Claims. 

After 11 years at California Indemnity, which was also called Sierra Health, which was the owner company, California Indemnity/Sierra Health sold all the claims to GAB-Robins, where Kyle stayed until 2008 before taking the AVP position at Cambridge in Pasadena.   Then Cambridge was almost immediately sold to Xchanging, and then Kyle--along with all the Pasadena staff--was laid off.  Kyle still currently lives in Pasadena, California. 

Two other former long-term Cambridge employees, who were laid off in San Diego after Xchanging closed the San Diego claims office, have landed well in other positions.  Doug Alsbaugh, who was a long term adjuster at Cambridge in San Diego, is now a workers' compensation claims adjuster at Insurance Company of the West in San Diego, aka ICW Group; and Steve Kolb, from that same now closed Cambridge office, is now a work comp adjuster at Sedgwick CMS in San Diego. 

Readers may write to writer Lonce LaMon at: lonce@loncelamon.com



 

 
 

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