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Genesis Management and Insurance Services, LLC

120 Long Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06902
(800) 431-9994

Martin G. Hacala
President and Chief Executive Officer

(203) 328-5080

Kevin L. Williams
Sr. VP, Division Manager

(312) 526-7555

Ted Gaisford
Sr. VP, Claim Manager

(213) 236-1731

Regina Kirwan
Sr. VP, Chief Marketing Officer

(203) 328-6908

Robert Sharrer
Sr. VP, Business Svcs Manager

(203) 328-5398

Candice Davies
Sr. VP, Technology Strategy

(203) 328-6272



3535 Piedmont Road, NE
Building 14 - Suite 800
Atlanta, GA 30305

Phone: (800)782-9679
Fax: (404) 365-6888

John A. Fumo
Vice President, Senior Unit Manager

(404) 365-6885

Regina B. Pettus
Vice President

(404) 365-6854


120 Long Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06902

Phone: (800) 431-9994
Fax: (203) 328-6444

Maggie Dittmar
Second Vice President

(203) 328-5024

John Toi
Vice President

(203) 328-5691



1 North Wacker Drive
Suite 800
Chicago, IL 60606

Phone: (800) 626-5445
Fax: (312) 526-7507

Lauren Nevens
Vice President, Senior Unit Manager

(312) 526-7549

Matthew Bartels
Vice President

(312) 207-5394

Michelle Intrepidi
Vice President

(312) 848-3840

Brianna Colletti
Second Vice President

(312) 519-0373

Los Angeles

355 S. Grand Avenue
Suite 2400
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Phone: (213) 236-1740
Fax: (213) 630-1954

Phillip C. Koehler
Vice President

(213) 236-1738


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