Educators Across the Country Receive $1,000 Athletic Grants from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, March 20, 2023—50 public middle school and high schools across 25 states have been chosen to receive California Casualty’s $1,000 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grants to help support their school sports program(s).
California Casualty Welcomes New Chief Information Officer, Adam Waldron
San Mateo, CA, January 9, 2023—Adam Waldron has been elected Chief Information Officer of California Casualty Management Company (“CCMC”) effective January 9, 2023. In this role, Waldron will lead all technological advancements of the company.
California Elementary School Teacher Wins a $10,000 Staycation from California Casualty Auto & Home Insurance
San Mateo, CA, December 19, 2022—Kathryn Winn, a Garden Grove Elementary school teacher and California Teachers Association member, was awarded California Casualty’s $10,000 Staycation Giveaway during a surprise presentation in front of her students and peers on December 16th. Winn, a veteran teacher, was chosen out of over 23,000 applicants nationwide for the contest that ran March–October 2022.
Kansas City Area Firefighter Wins a $10,000 Camping Giveaway from California Casualty Auto & Home Insurance
San Mateo, CA, December 16, 2022—During a surprise presentation held on December 13th, Kansas State Firefighters Association member, Angus Duff, was awarded California Casualty’s 2022 Work Hard/Play Hard $10,000 Camping Giveaway. Duff, a veteran firefighter and lead mechanic for Johnson County Consolidated Fire District No. 2, was chosen out of over 17,000 applicants nationwide for the contest that ran from January–November in 2022.
Congratulations to California Casualty’s 2022 Music and Arts Grant Recipients
San Mateo, October 13, 2022—After careful consideration of nearly 661 applications, California Casualty has designated 66 schools across 23 states as 2022 Music and Arts Grant awardees. The recipients – demonstrating a strong financial need to keep music and arts in their schools – will share $15,00 in grants; giving their students a chance to learn music, act in a school play, or hone their artistic talents throughout the 2022-2023 academic year.
California Casualty Elects Jonathan D. Adkisson President and CEO
San Mateo, CA, May 18, 2022—California Casualty, a national auto and home insurance provider with roots in California, has elected seasoned insurance executive, Jonathan D. Adkisson, President and CEO effective June 1, 2022.
Public Schools Across the Country Receive $1,000 Athletic Grants from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, April 19, 2022—California Casualty re-launched its Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant Program just as student-athletes began the process of safely returning to youth sports in 2021. Of the 481 applications received for 2021/2022 grants, 51 public schools in 26 states each received $1,000 to support their sports program(s).
California Casualty Gives $15,000 to the California Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation (CPOMF)
San Mateo, CA, March 17, 2022—The California Casualty Group donated $15,000 to the California Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation (CPOMF) to fund education scholarships for dependents of California peace officers who have died in the line of duty. The financial contribution was made in support of the ongoing efforts of the CPOMF: to recognize and honor California’s fallen heroes and to provide services, financial assistance, advocacy and support to the surviving families left behind.
First Responders! Get Away From It All With California Casualty’s Work Hard/Play Hard “$10,000 Camping” Giveaway
San Mateo, CA, March 8, 2022—California Casualty’s 2022 Work Hard/Play Hard “$10,000 Camping” Giveaway will award one lucky First Responder $10,000 for outdoor gear that lets them disconnect from the daily grind and reconnect with friends, family and nature. Interested Firefighters, EMTs and Law Enforcement are invited to enter to win at Contest4Heroes.com.
Karen M. Padovese Elected Chair of California Casualty Advisory Board
San Mateo, CA, March 3, 2022, 2021—Karen M. Padovese, CPCU, retired Chief Operating Officer of insurance organization GeoVera Holdings, has been elected Chair of the Advisory Board of California Casualty Indemnity Exchange (CCIE). Padovese will also serve as Board Chair of the company’s four subsidiaries. She has served on the California Casualty Advisory Board since April 2014 and has been the Board Secretary since June 2018.