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|Glynn Betts Slips In Behind Paul Bena At Ward NA; Thus, The Industry Vacuum Continues|
By Pauline Grant - July 23, 2004
With each position that opens, an adjuster is sucked in to fill it. This creates an industry with an endless vacuum of exchange.
Paul Bena has just been sucked from Ward North America's Tustin office, where he was Branch Manager, to be Vice President at Marsh Risk and Insurance Services. At Marsh he is Practice Leader of the Los Angeles Workforce Strategies Consulting Department.
Glynn Betts has stepped into the vacuum to fill Paul's vacant Branch Manager position. He was pulled from Ward North America's Tacoma, Wa office and flung to Tustin.
Gary Graham is now the Claims Manager of Frank Gates Services workers' compensation department in Anaheim. Gary comes to Frank Gates from Cambridge Integrated Services Group in Costa Mesa.
To top it off, Carl McFadden left Gallagher-Basset in Thousand Oaks, where he was claims examiner, to be at ESIS in Woodland Hills.
Let the vacuum effect continue!