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Parker, Smith & Feek Announces New Chief Financial Officer

Parker, Smith & Feek is pleased to announce that Todd Eisinger has joined Parker, Smith & Feek as Chief Financial Officer.

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Parker, Smith & Feek Announces New Officers

Parker, Smith & Feek is pleased to announce that Sherisa Crevier, Angela  Samarel and Ben Wolfe have all been appointed Officers of the firm.

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After 5,460 days and a lot more memories, I say goodbye

Now I have some sense of how Cal Ripkin and Brett Farve felt after their consecutive games played streaks ended at 2,632 and 297 respectively.

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Happy Holidays To You All

As the year winds down, I am once again reminded how much our employees do for our community. I work with a lot of caring, generous people who spend the year focused on taking care of client’s needs and helping others on their team.

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Happy Holidays from Parker, Smith & Feek

Are Requests for Proposals Unhealthy?

A colleague in our Communications Department recently shared with me an article titled “Why Requests for Proposals Are Unhealthy.” Since responding to Requests for Proposals is a big part of my job, I read this with interest.

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Parker, Smith & Feek Launches Dedicated Healthcare Reform Website

With the passing of the Healthcare Reform bill, we have seen an inundation of information and misinformation provided by media outlets; to the confusion of many.

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One of the best things about the holiday season..

I can’t believe how fast this year has gone. We are already eight days into December, and already I have attended four Holiday functions this month, with many more coming before the Holidays.

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Parker, Smith & Feek – Insuring most of Alaska’s big builders

Winter has come early…

Winter had come early to the Methow Valley.

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For Employers Conducting Business Abroad, Kidnappings Remain an Ongoing Concern

With L&I seriously undercapitalized – what do they do now?

In my post last month I wrote about the November 2 ballot initiative in Washington State – I-1082. I-1082 sought to end the Washington Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) monopoly on workers’ compensation insurance by allowing private insurers to compete with L&I.

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