Kenneth Wigboldy Joins CAMICO as Vice President of Claims

SAN MATEO, CA - CAMICO, the nation's largest CPA-directed program of insurance and risk management for the accounting profession, has appointed Kenneth Wigboldy, CPCU, as Vice President of Claims. Wigboldy is responsible for CAMICO claims operations and has more than 30 years of insurance industry experience in various claims positions, most recently with The Hartford Financial Insurance Group, Inc., as regional vice president, general liability field claims, responsible for claims management in 29 states.

He began his insurance career in products liability and general liability claims with Sentry Insurance, where he was promoted to senior commercial claims manager and then to regional auto claims director. After joining The Hartford as a claims manager, Wigboldy was promoted to director of property and auto field claims before becoming regional vice president. An alumnus of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., with a Bachelor of Science in economics and mathematics, he is a member of the Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters.

"Ken's talent and experience will contribute significantly to the CAMICO program and further enhance the broad, effective support we provide our policyholders," said Ric Rosario, CPA, CAMICO CEO. "We look forward to his participation on our team."

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