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|It's All About ESIS: Corliss Reed Gets Promoted, Sunny Byrd Flies In|
By Pauline Grant - August 23, 2005
Corliss Reed has been promoted to Supervisor in Workers' Compensation claims at ESIS in Woodland Hills since Lu Anne Daugherty left the claims department recently. Now also Sunny Byrd works there as a full-time claims examiner in the American Building Maintenance unit. Sunny worked at Ralph's in Compton, back in the day, and then followed the Ralph's account to Sedgwick when that transition occured. For the past year, she had worked as a paralegal at McDermott & Clawsen before getting this claims position with ESIS in Woodland Hills.
Speaking of ESIS, Amy Bibicoff is no longer a rehab coordinator there. She has been a work comp examiner for a while now at SCRMA in Valencia. Amy started her workers' comp claims career at Republic Indemnity in the early 1980s, and stayed with that company for over a decade.
Alfreida Smith is a new examiner working for ESIS in Woodland Hills, who's not really completely new. She had worked there in the past, but returned once again in July.