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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.
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|From San Jose To Irvine, Claims Managers Make Their Moves|
By Pauline Grant - August 30, 2005
Gary Rodgers is now the claims manager of FARA ( F.A. Richard & Associates) in Signal Hill, California. He was with Octagon Risk Services for 15 years, starting out as a claims assistant and working his way up eventually to claims manager. He managed three different branch offices of Octagon at different times. Most recently he was the claims manager of the Long Beach office. Now, Watt Prichard is a new claims supervisor at Octagon Risk Services in Long Beach.
The claims manager who left FARA just before Gary Rodgers took the position, was Andy Rymer. Now Mr. Rymer is the Operations Director at Total Healthcare Management in Irvine.
Another claims manager who has hit the scene is Cheryl Nordheim, who is the new claims manager at Matrix Absence Management in San Jose. Mark Musa, the last claims manager at Matrix, is no longer there. What happened to him? Anybody know? If so, clue me in…
Tammy Spann is now a workers’ comp examiner at Hazelrigg Risk Management in Chino. Tammy was recently a temporary examiner at Gallagher Bassett in Corona.
Also, Sheila Ford just left Tristar Risk Management in Santa Ana, where she was a workers’ compensation claims examiner, and is now an examiner working for Sedgwick CMS in Riverside.