|Posted on Saturday, May 06, 2000 - 8:29 am: |
BRYAN BARCLAY IS!!!! A CLASS ACT. YOU MAY HAVE A DISPUTE WITH HIM, BUT HE TREATS YOU LIKE A MAN AND TRIES HIS BEST TO SETTLE IT IN YOUR BEHALF.
HE READLY ADMITS TO NOT ADJUSTING BUT HE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A MAN OF HIS WORD AND WHEN HE DEPLOYS YOU , YOU WORK.
TAKE CARE BRYAN AND GOOD LUCK, GETTING OUT OF THE INSURANCE BUSINESS MAY INDEED BE A BLESSING.
|Jim Flynt (Jim)|
|Posted on Friday, May 05, 2000 - 9:09 am: |
I received the following email from Bryan this morning which I post as a follow up to the prior post. It only goes to show what a true gentleman and Class Act that Bryan is and has been in this industry.
Thanks again for the kind words. A lot of adjusters have been Thanking me for this or that. What I have told each of them is, I really didn't do anything for any of the adjusters I had encountered.
I didn't climb one single roof, deal with one single insured, or close one single claim. They should be proud of the job they did.
Based on the number of complaints I have received over the years versus the number of adjusters I've deployed, I should be the one thanking them.
Take care and Good Luck.
NOTE FROM JIM: I'll say it again,,,,what a CLASS ACT you have been Bryan, and on behalf of CADO, please feel free to come back and "visit" with us anytime. You will be sorely missed, and you will always be considered a friend to this industry as well as "one of us." Good Luck in your new venture and Our Best Wishes from CADO for your continued happiness and success!
|Jim Flynt (Jim)|
|Posted on Thursday, May 04, 2000 - 5:18 pm: |
Guys, and especially all of you who have worked with GAB and know Bryan Barclay, I am posting the following email which I received this afternoon from him.
After I got over the shock and surprise, I felt saddened for the GAB cat adjusters and GAB as a company, but happy for Bryan, and for his future happiness and continued success!
Bryan was not only the person who sent us out on storms, but a good personal friend, and supporter of CADO as well as a CADO Sponsor. Bryan truly was the Class Act among insurance professionals that we work with, and he will be sorely missed.
Bryan, I know I speak for many many others in wishing you the Best of Luck in your new venture, and please stop by "CADO" from time to time and let us know how you are doing. You will always be "one of us" and we will miss you. Thanks for your example and for being the gentleman you are and were in every way.
I'm leaving GAB Robins on Friday, May 5th. A good opportunity presented
itself to me and I decided to pursue it. I will be completely out of the Insurance business.
I do want to thank you for all the referrals and the overall positive way you have supported GAB Robins and myself.
You don't find many class acts like yourself on the planet, much less in the
All my best to you.
PS to Bryan: THANKS for YOUR kind and generous comments!