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|Cambridge Gets A New Top Manager After CoLA Exodus|
By Pauline Grant - January 18, 2006
Betty Vanholten is now Assistant Vice President at Cambridge Integrated Services Group in Pasadena, California. Betty has joined Cambridge as a new hire and Agnes Hoeberling, who was the Senior Vice President of the Western Region for Cambridge, was replaced by the promotion from within of William Beirne. Agnes had been with Cambridge in Pasadena and its various predecessors like Presidium, Inc. and Hertz Claims Management throughout the past two decades. Now, she has moved on to Intercare Insurance Services, and is working as Chief Operations Officer in their corporate office in Roseville, California.
Speaking of Roseville, Trish Daniels has been promoted from examiner to supervisor at Sedgwick CMS in Roseville. Also, Dennis Litchfield was promoted to supervisor up from examiner at the Alpha Fund in Sacramento.
Helen Chung-Fung is now a part-time “special projects” examiner at Berkshire Hathaway in Pasadena. Helen took a few years off from work after she had twin children, and now has found a flexible dream job at Berkshire Hathaway via her former manager, Don Grant.