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February 12, 1989
The Assn. of California Insurance Companies, the industry's major Sacramento lobbying group, has announced plans to reorganize and expand its staff. The chief of the organization, Don McComber, head of the Fireman's Fund company, will gain the new title of chairman. Thomas F. Conneely, a former vice president of Industrial Indemnity Co., will be brought in as president, which will now be a full-time staff position.
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NEWS
February 12, 1989
The Assn. of California Insurance Companies, the industry's major Sacramento lobbying group, has announced plans to reorganize and expand its staff. The chief of the organization, Don McComber, head of the Fireman's Fund company, will gain the new title of chairman. Thomas F. Conneely, a former vice president of Industrial Indemnity Co., will be brought in as president, which will now be a full-time staff position.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 3, 1986 | Bill Billiter
Two hundred people attended Sunday's inaugural fund-raiser for the newly formed county committee of the national United Negro College Fund, "another indication of how Orange County is changing," a committee spokeswoman said. Sonja Larkin-Thorne of Brea, the new committee's vice chairman, called Sunday's kickoff event at the Irvine Hilton "very successful."
BUSINESS
February 26, 1985 | BILL SING, Times Staff Writer
Hundreds of thousands of California homeowners have received mailings in recent weeks asking them if they wish to purchase earthquake insurance. Only a small fraction, however, are accepting, officials say, in part because some insurance companies have sharply increased their deductibles. Meanwhile, many homeowners are upset about having to wait as long as two hours in lines at post offices to claim their mailings, which state law required to be sent by certified mail.
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