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It's our duty to keep on top of issues and news that affect you—public service professionals. Whether it's a press release about California Casualty's involvement in your community, news items from the headlines that impact your family's safety, economic forecasts, or statistics, we want you to know that we are keeping up on the things happening in your world. Be sure to check back here often for articles and announcements that are informative and relevant to what is happening in your world.
Ohio Educator Wins Latest California Casualty Academic Award
San Mateo, CA, May 14, 2014 … Kindergarten teacher Holly Thomas has been awarded the latest California Casualty $2,500 Academic Award. She was randomly selected from 20,000 entrants.
California Casualty Hits a Homerun With First Responders
Colorado Springs, CO, May 5, 2014 … California Casualty sponsored the inaugural First Responders Night with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox Triple-A baseball team, April 24. Hundreds of first responders and their families were treated to a night of baseball with the Colorado Rockies minor league affiliate.
Internet Explorer Warning
Microsoft has just announced a new security patch for a recent computer vulnerability. For over a week, both Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security had warned people not to use the Internet Explorer browser until Microsoft successfully patched the security breech.
California Teacher Wins $7,500 School Lounge Makeover® From California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, April 23, 2014 … The staff lounge at Gilbert High School in Anaheim, California will soon be transformed by a $7,500 School Lounge Makeover® from California Casualty.
The Heartbleed Bug, California Casualty and You
There is some good news among the bad news associated with the Heartbleed bug affecting internet users — California Casualty customers were not affected.
California Casualty Congratulates 2014 National Teachers Hall of Fame Inductees
San Mateo, CA, April 1, 2014 … California Casualty, a Gold Level sponsor of the National Teachers Hall of Fame (NTHF), congratulates the 2014 inductees: Gary Koppelman, 40 year science instructor, Blissfield, Michigan; Marguerite Izzo, 26 year teacher of social studies and English Language Arts, Malverne, New York; Jan Alderson, 45 year science teacher, Overland Park, Kansas; Cindy Couchman, 23 year mathematics teacher, Buhler, Kansas and Dr. Rebecca Palacios, 34 years early child education, Corpus Christi, Texas.
$101,000 in Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grants Given by California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, April 1, 2014 … Seventy nine high schools from 31 states will share $101,000 in athletics grants from California Casualty.
California Casualty Looking for the Next "Work Hard/Play Hard" Winner
San Mateo, CA, March 3, 2014 … Entries are now being taken for California Casualty's next "Work Hard/Play Hard" contest. A lucky winner will receive a new Harley-Davidson® Seventy-two motorcycle, or $10,000.
Oregon Attorney Elected Officer on California Casualty Board
San Mateo, CA, March 5, 2014 … Lynne Siegel, principal of Strategies for Philanthropy, has been elected Vice Chair of California Casualty Indemnity Exchange. Siegel will also serve as Board Chair of the company's four subsidiaries.
California Casualty Lowers Rates in California
San Mateo, California, February 27, 2014 … California Casualty will be lowering insurance rates for California homeowners and renters, April 1, 2014. Many will see an average savings of 17%.
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James R. Englese, CPCU
Senior Vice President — General Counsel
California Casualty Management Company