Co-operative Insurance Companies Adds VP Positions

first_imgMiddlebury, VT — Co-operative Insurance Companies has named Gina Larrow its Vice President of Human Resources and Fletcher Brush its Vice President of Education and Community Relations.Appointments to the two new posts were made at the annual meeting of Co-op’s boards of directors in April.”We are excited about these changes in Fletcher and Gina’s roles,” said Jim Sullivan, the company’s president and CEO. “Each of them is now in a better position to work on important strategic initiatives, which in turn puts Co-op in a better position to face the challenges of today’s soft market and tomorrow’s competitive landscape.”Larrow is a new company officer, having held the position of human resources manager at Co-op since 2000. She is a former member of the Middlebury UD#3 school board, sits on the board of directors of the United Way of Addison County, and is active in the Middlebury Union High School junior varsity softball program. A graduate of Champlain College, she holds the Professional in Human Relations designation.Brush has been with Co-op since 1980 and has held positions ranging from claims adjuster to customer relations manager to VP of agency services. Among his many other roles, he is a director of the National Bank of Middlebury and a former president of the Addison County Chamber of Commerce, the Middlebury Rotary Club and Middlebury Community House. For years, he was also involved with MUHS varsity hockey, Middlebury Junior Golf, and the Memorial Sports Center. In 2007, he received the Middlebury College Citizens’ Medal for outstanding contributions to the community.Co-operative Insurance Companies has been meeting property and casualty insurance needs since 1915, offering farm, home, auto, business, and other insurance to people in Vermont and New Hampshire. It is owned by its members and committed to protecting them with fast and fair claims service, loss prevention expertise, and local operations. The company has headquarters in Middlebury, Vermont, with regional claims offices and more than 50 agencies across Vermont and New Hampshire.last_img read more

Shooting lands man in hospital

first_imgPolice investigators said prior to theincident, Anhao and his three other companions were “flagged down” around 9:15a.m. on April 19 for allegedly violating the enhanced community quarantine.However, they ran and allegedly attempted to enter an establishment thatprompted security guard Leo Pagayunan to shot Anhao who sustained gunshotwounds on the right shoulder and back. Epraim Anhao receives medical treatment after he was shot by security guard Leo Pagayonan in Barangay 22, Bacolod City on April 19. Anhao was evading arrest from village officials and cops for violating enhanced community quarantine prior to the shooting. POLICE STATION 4/BCPO Anhao was rushed to the Corazon LocsinMontelibano Memorial Regional Hospital in this city for medical treatment.Pagayonan, meanwhile, was detained in thecustodial facility of Police Station 4, facing charges./PN The 34-year-old Leo Pagayonan ofBarangay To-oy, Himamaylan, Negros Occidental was accused of shooting EpraimAnhao, 27, of Barangay Estefania. BACOLOD City – A man was shot by asecurity guard at Burgos Public Market in Barangay 22. last_img read more

Chris Paul addresses fake laugh at Steve Kerr, Stephen Curry’s crossover during Instagram Live session

first_imgCurry took the high road, telling Paul that getting crossed up is just part of playing basketball at the highest level.”Like, you dropped me at least three times,” Curry said. “I got you that one time in LA. Brandon Jennings got me my rookie year. Like, you can never, ever, ever live them down, and they’re just gonna pop up.””He got me.”Chris Paul looked back on the time Steph dropped him 😂(via @CP3) pic.twitter.com/FdcC705mky— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 6, 2020Curry and Paul can shrug off their less flattering moments now. It doesn’t look like Paul will be extending an IG Live invitation to Kerr anytime soon, though. MORE: What we learned from Curry’s Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci”Why did I fake laugh at Steve Kerr?” Paul said. “‘Cause wasn’t s— funny.”“Why did I fake laugh at Steve Kerr? ‘Cause wasn’t s— funny.”—Chris Paul on his timeless meme with coach Kerr (via @CP3) pic.twitter.com/6XpqWF3E0Z— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 7, 2020Well, OK then. Moving on …Paul also spoke with two-time MVP Stephen Curry about the infamous crossover that dropped Paul to the ground when he was a member of the Clippers. On March 31, 2015, Curry’s baseline dribble combination elicited “oohs” and “aahs” from the Staples Center crowd and presented Twitter with infinite meme fuel.”Listen, we know the anniversary just passed,” Paul said. “They talking about when you went behind the back and all that. Listen, man, listen, listen. He got me. He got me.” With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic keeping professional sports leagues in a holding pattern, Chris Paul has been doing some Instagram Live sessions to fill the considerable hole in his schedule.The Thunder point guard faced a few questions about the most viral moments of his career during a recent chat with his followers. He was asked about his fake laugh aimed at Warriors coach Steve Kerr during a 2018 regular season game back when Paul formed a dynamic duo with Rockets star James Harden. Kerr appeared to be joking around with Paul, who smiled and pointed at Kerr before immediately turning into a stone wall.last_img read more