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February 26, 2020
Cheryl Scott, City Of Glendale Workers’ Compensation Administrator, To Retire At End Of March 2020. She plans to work part-time and be in the audience at the Hollywood Bowl.
November 17, 2019
Lynda House, Veteran Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster, Enjoys Not Being Retired In Retirement.
August 21, 2018
Sheri Lawrence Joins Sempra Energy As Employee Care Services Manager After 29 Years Of Workers' Compensation Claims Experience
June 19, 2018
I, Harold David Anderson, Am Retiring From The Claims And Sales World, But Not From Work. I’m Moving On To Become A Full-Time Writer.
|Movin' 'n Groovin' In The Inland Empire|
By Pauline Grant - May 6, 2005
Don Weir is now a senior Workers' Compensation claims examiner at Matrix Absence Management, Inc. in Ontario, California. Last year, Don worked for Sedgwick CMS in Orange, and prior to that he spent nine full years as an examiner at the City of Long Beach. Don started in the business as an examiner trainee at R.L. Kautz in the 1970s.
Speaking of working at Matrix Absence Management in Ontario, a new claims manager has been hired there by the name of Selena Farrington.
Judy Cline was an examiner at Sedgwick CMS in Riverside, California, recently, and is now a work comp examiner handling the City of Pasadena Police and Fire Department claims at Hazelrigg Risk Management in Chino.
Toya Bailey left Royal and Sunalliance in Glendale, California, where she was a claims assistant; now she is a junior work comp examiner at Hazelrigg in Chino.