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Fremont Employers Hires Some Adjusters Back
By Pauline Grant - November 25, 2003

Cathy Myers is back working as a Work Comp claims examiner at Fremont Employers in the Newbury Park office.  So is Amy Marcus, Dana Corizio, and now Rochelle Beck is the claims manager.   Remember Kurt Steigler?  He used to be the claims manager, but he's no longer there now.  Richard Carlson is still there as a senior claims examiner, and has been there for five plus years, well before the downsizing, but since the upsizing just began some weeks ago, even Patrick Klicker, who had a decade long career at Republic Indemnity, is working there as a temp. 

Gallagher Bassett opened a Woodland Hills office a couple of months ago, and Ross Lee is now the claims manager there.   Cherie Schreier is now working as an examiner there since leaving the State Comp as one of their temps. 

All the State Comp temps are getting let go tomorrow, the day before Thanksgiving.  So, they're now peeling their eyes for their next gig after Turkey Day.  They've been fattened up at State Comp, for sure, from what I hear, and a good Thanksgiving Dinner should keep them satisfied one last time while they merge back into the private sector where it's leaner and meaner. 




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