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September 02, 2004

Poolman Resigns As NAIC VP; Officers To Be Elected In Anchorage

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BestWire) - When you're a dad and your 6-year old son asks why you can't stay home more, it's the kind of tug you can't resist, even if you are the vice president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

It's a big reason why North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Jim Poolman has resigned that post.

He was the likely successor to former South Carolina Insurance Commissioner and NAIC president Ernst Csiszar, who left both spots to become head of the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America. Joel Ario, Oregon insurance administrator and NAIC secretary-treasurer, is the last man standing from the slate of officers elected at the NAIC's December 2003 meeting in Anaheim, Calif.

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Posted by Tom Troceen


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