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Jim Abbott to Present at 2016 PLRB September 7-8 in St. Louis, Mo.

Jim Abbott, Provencher & Company EVP, will present at the PLRB Regional Adjusters Conference September 7-8, 2016 in St. Louis, MO. Jim’s presentation, part of the Property track, is entitled “ 34 more words

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Guest Post by Monica--Legacy Lost

Editors Note: Here at FOS we have talked about doing blog swaps with different Catholic teen bloggers. You will learn more about Monica and her wonderful blog at the end, but it suffices to say that she is an awesome Catholic and her blog is worth checking out. 1,149 more words


Jim Abbott

Jim Abbott was a very accomplished professional pitcher. In high school, he was not only a standout pitcher but also a good quarterback. He played three years of college ball at Michigan State where he led the team to two Big Ten Championships. 441 more words

One-handed pitcher perfect for Pennsylvania playoff-bound prep baseball team

Ordinarily, the ace of a sub-.500 high school pitching staff wouldn’t warrant much more than an “atta boy,” but you can be sure Andrew Austen is the extraordinary exception. 362 more words


Jim Abbott To Speak At CLM Conference, Orlando, FL

CLM Jim Abbott, Provencher & Company EVP, with a panel will discuss “Extra-Contractual—It’s Our Turn” Friday April 8 10:25 am at the Annual CLM Conference in Orlando, Florida. 46 more words

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Provencher & Company Promotes Jim Abbott to Executive Vice President

Hammond, LA – January 5, 2016 – Provencher & Company, LLC, a leader in innovative claim services, business process outsourcing, expert and consulting services today announced the promotion of Jim Abbott to Executive Vice President and member of the Provencher Executive Team. 246 more words

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What I Like: Imperfect

Generally speaking, books like this just go way too fast. So, I made Imperfect: An Improbable Life my “hot tub book.” I usually only have about 10 minutes in the hot tub after my swim each day. 583 more words

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