Company Overview of Government Employees Insurance Company, Inc.
Government Employees Insurance Company, Inc. provides private passenger automobile insurance in the United States. It provides various insurance products that include car, motorcycle, ATV, RV, and boat/PWC insurance; homeowners’, renters’, condo, co-op, flood, and mobile home insurance; business owners’, general liability, professional liability, commercial auto, and ridesharing insurance solutions; and umbrella insurance, life, travel, overseas, identity protection, pet, and jewelry protection insurance solutions. The company also offers online services, such as coverage verification, process/receipt of service requests, payments delivery, and information requests. It serves the U.S. govern...
5260 Western Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Founded in 1936
Key Executives for Government Employees Insurance Company, Inc.
Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President and Director
Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President
Head of Southeast Operations and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Government Employees Insurance Company, Inc. Key Developments
Government Employees Insurance Company Announces Executive Changes
Jul 27 16
Government Employees Insurance Company has named Rick Hoagland vice president of its New York regional operations. Hoagland joined GEICO in 1994 as a telephone claims representative and advanced through several assignments before becoming a manager in 2002. Hoagland then completed GEICO's executive assistant program at the company's headquarters in Chevy Chase, Md., and was named director of claims home office systems. In Woodbury, Hoagland succeeds John Pham, who was named vice president of GEICO's Virginia Beach region and the company's military, motorcycle and recreational vehicles division.
GEICO Announces Executive Changes
Jul 16 16
GEICO has announced that Pionne Corbin was recently promoted to vice president of the Buffalo regional office. She will head GEICO operations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and New Jersey, assisting more than 1.4 million customers in that region. Prior to the new appointment, Corbin served as assistant vice president of claims. She will be succeeded by Jeremy Connor, who is relocating from GEICO's Florida regional office. Also in Buffalo, Tim LaMere has been promoted to assistant vice president of underwriting. LaMere joined the Woodbury, N.Y., GEICO sales team in 2003 and went on to hold several positions in GEICO's regional offices and corporate headquarters. After completing rotations in claims liability and auto damage, LaMere accepted a position as service director for GEICO's Buffalo regional office in 2012 and now serves as assistant vice president of underwriting.
GEICO Announces Executive Appointments
Jul 15 16
GEICO has named Dan Beacom as vice president of the company's Dallas regional office. He will have responsibility and oversight for all day-to-day operations related to company's policyholders in 10 states: Texas, Oklahoma, Iowa, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. Prior to his new assignment, Beacom served as the Dallas region's assistant vice president of claims. Paul Measley will take over that assignment as assistant vice president of company's Dallas regional claims operation. He previously served as the liability director of company's regional office in Tucson. Measley has relocated to the Dallas area from Tucson. Beacom began his career at GEICO in 2003 as a claims manager at the company’s San Diego regional office. After serving in a number of management roles in the claims department, he was named director of auto damage in 2005. Beacom relocated to company's corporate office in Chevy Chase, Md., in 2009, where he completed the company’s executive assistant program. Measley started his GEICO career there in 1992 as a management intern. In 1996, Measley was promoted to litigation examiner. A year later, he was named claims supervisor and then manager of the loss report center in 1999.
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