WQIS Bolsters Executive, Support Staff

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Water Quality Insurance Syndicate welcomed new Senior Vice President, John Ryszetnyk to the team. A graduate of Kings Point, The United States Merchant Marine Academy, Ryszetnyk holds a USCG 3rd Mate Unlimited Tonnage License and is a former U.S. Naval Officer. This will be Ryszetnyk’s second term at WQIS, having previously served as an Underwriter from 1999 to 2003. Along with Ryszetnyk, two more team members are also joining the WQIS ranks: Angela Konetzni and James Q. Stevens. Konetzni, previously an Assistant Claims Manager at WQIS, has returned after a short hiatus and will be working as a consultant in the claims department. Stevens is the former head of marine insurance for Scottsdale Insurance Company and is bringing his 40+ years of experience to WQIS. 
 

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