Parsippany, NJ (CompNewsNetwork) - GAB Robins North America, Inc. today announced the promotions of three individuals within its Loss Adjusting Services business. Caroline Albertson and Mike Fox have been named vice presidents and regional operations managers, and Hart Hubbard has been promoted to vice president, catastrophe services. All will serve on the Loss Adjusting Services' leadership team.
"Carrie, Mike and Hart have been instrumental in building GAB Robins into the leading independent property loss adjusting company in the United States," said Jim Girard, president and chief executive officer, GAB Robins' Loss Adjusting Services. "All have excellent business and adjusting skills and have helped to expand our business and increase our product offerings."
Albertson, who will lead operations in the eastern United States, began her career with GAB Robins in 1990 as a claims trainee. She has served as a regional sales executive, branch manager, area manager and, most recently, as director of the loss adjusting/property line of business. She has a bachelor's degree from Albertus Magnus College. She also earned the Associate in Claims designation.
With more than 26 years of adjusting experience, Fox will lead operations in the western U.S. He joined GAB Robins as a branch manager in 2006, and was promoted a year later to assistant vice president and regional operations manager for the western region. He earned a bachelor's degree from Stephen F. Austin State University. In 2005, he was named Claims Professional of the Year by the Texas Claims Association.
Hubbard, who has more than 35 years of industry experience, has served since 2004 as assistant vice president of catastrophe services. He led GAB Robins' response to multiple catastrophic events, including Hurricanes Charley, Frances, Jeanne and Ivan in 2004, Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma in 2005, and Hurricanes Dolly, Gustav and Ike in 2008. He earned a bachelor's degree from Baptist College.