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Benefits Team Joins Leavitt Group in Tacoma

TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Leavitt Group's Tacoma office is pleased to announce they have expanded their services to include employee benefits by bringing on three new highly experienced employee benefits professionals.  Jon Montgomery, senior executive vice president of benefits, will lead the new division with Rick Rosaaen and Patty Rice.

"Our team is excited to bring our 80 years of combined experience to Leavitt Group clients," said Montgomery.  "We have the ability to bring expertise and strategic thinking to all aspects of our clients' businesses, and to help control their health care costs." 

Montgomery started in insurance over 23 years ago and has worked in benefits his entire career.  Rosaaen is a senior analyst with experience in underwriting for insurance companies, including 13 years in management, and has most recently focused on assisting large employers to effectively manage and control their benefits risk and cost. Rice's benefits experience started in 1976, and her strengths include building solid relationships with her clients to assess their needs and develop benefits management plans that fit.

The Leavitt Group is one of the largest privately-held insurance brokerages in the nation, and provides clients with greater insurance market access, specialty products, and a wide-range of insurance programs. Clients receive property and casualty insurance, risk management, and employee benefits solutions, among other services. Clients also benefit from the consultative approach to risk management found within the culture of each office and the unique flexibility that comes with local, on-the-ground agency owners. For more information about the Leavitt Group, please visit

SOURCE Leavitt Group

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