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Robert Boreck
Paul Buxbaum
Gay Fisk
Axel W. Heinemann
John R. Hitchcock
Stephen J. Kidder
Joseph Loggia
Marie L. Loggia-Kee
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Louis A. Ontanon
Kathryn M. Rahm
Andrew E. Sanchez
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John R. Hitchcock

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At Buxbaum Loggia, John Hitchcock is a Team Leader for casualty and property inspections. His responsibilities include general agency evaluations, underwriting compliance reviews and contract interpretation.
Education: University of Maryland, MD – Business Administration

ARM and IIA, Insurance Institute
Experience:  
2006 – 2009 Senior Vice President – Alea Group
Responsibilities included oversight of all commutation activities for the Alea Group, a large global reinsurer and primary insurer with locations in the U.S., Bermuda, U.K., and Switzerland. Specific duties focused on managing North American liabilities.
2004 – 2006 Team Leader – Buxbaum, Loggia & Associates, Inc.
1993 – 2004 Senior Vice President, Program Management/Underwriting Control
TIG Insurance Company
Responsibilities included creating and executing run-off plan for program management and underwriting group as TIG was placed into run-off; terminating all program/agency contracts. Managed company consulting services, including workout solutions, back room processing, underwriting and claim services to outside organizations. Held various executive and operating positions within the organization.
7/1993 – 11/1993 Executive Vice President – Guard Insurance Group
Responsibilities included planning, organizing and directing all underwriting and marketing activities for all lines of business. Promoted collaborative and cooperative culture within the organization, making all employees accountable for profit and growth and establishing a reward system to support new culture. Personally opened distribution channels for marketing entry into Delaware and established the operating foundation for first formal rating from A. M. Best.
1972 – 7/1993 Senior Vice President, Commercial Underwriting – Maryland Insurance Group
Responsibilities included establishing and managing home office underwriting, premium audit and loss control policy on a countrywide basis for all commercial underwriting, excluding national accounts. Created and controlled underwriting policy and implemented the plan to strengthen underwriting integrity through extensive field audit process. Participated in sale of the company, including development of new strategic direction. Managed filing activities for all 50 states, interfacing with actuarial and legal divisions; and participating in the reinsurance treaty placement process. Held various executive and operating positions within the organization.