Souza-Botten joined Northern Insuring/Northern Benefits in 1989 as an account executive in the Life and Employee Benefits Division. For more than 20 years, she has been an innovative leader guiding businesses and individuals in their insurance and benefits decisions. She will continue in this role. In addition, her responsibilities include sales management coaching of the Personal, Business and Life and Employee Benefits Divisions.
She holds two designations, Registered Health Underwriter (RHU) and Registered Employee Benefits Consultant (REBC). Both were obtained after several years of study and comprehensive examinations.
Giltz returned to Northern Insuring/Northern Benefits in 1990 after working at USF&G Insurance Co. Originally he was an underwriter in the Plattsburgh office and his responsibilities have grown to include working with the firm’s Personal and Business Insurance Companies, nurturing their excellent working relationships. In addition, he works directly with key accounts specializing in coverage for schools, nonprofit, agricultural, contracting and manufacturing organizations.
Giltz holds the Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter designation. CPCUs pass 10 national exams on topics including insurance law, accounting, risk management and ethics.
“Randy and Rosemary are both strategic minded and integral members of our organization” said Deena Giltz McCullough, Northern Insuring Agency president and CEO. “I am extremely proud to announce these appointments.”
Northern Insuring celebrates their 83rd anniversary in June and has been awarded the Best Practices Agency Designation since 2009.
Heart health supported
PLATTSBURGH — The U.S. Avenue Office of Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. recently celebrated American Heart Month by raising funds and awareness for the American Heart Association.
The office in Plattsburgh hosted Go Red Heart Health activities throughout the month of February, including heart-healthy snacks on Fridays and a display of information from the Heart Association. Donations for the association were collected and a check for just over $112 was presented recently to the nonprofit’s local chapter.