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Andy Barker Joins Gibson

Mar 19, 2013 8:00:28 PM

SOUTH BEND/PLYMOUTH/INDIANAPOLIS/FORT WAYNE, INDIANA – 03/20/13 –

Andy Barker has joined Gibson as a Client Executive in the Property & Casualty Practice at Gibson. He will focus his efforts in quantifying and bringing clarity to strategic, business, and hazard risks. By proactively addressing these risks, he better positions organizations to grow their bottom lines.

Andy began his professional career in insurance where he worked in property & casualty. Prior to joining Gibson in 2013, Andy was an Indiana State Trooper. In addition to his role as an officer in northern Indiana, he managed the Core Defensive Tactics instructors and coordinated and executed teaching strategies at the Indiana State Police Academy. He has convincing experience with problem solving, conflict resolution, situational awareness, and effective communication.

Andy was a highly sought after security consultant for major state-wide events where he designed and executed safety strategies and provided executive protection for high profile individuals. To maintain his credentials, Andy is a part-time police officer with North Liberty Police Department.

Gibson is a regional insurance broker and risk management services firm. With offices in South Bend, Plymouth, Indianapolis, and Fort Wayne, Indiana, Gibson is 100% employee owned and ranks in the top 1% of independent agencies in the nation. Visit www.gibsonins.com for more information.

 

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