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South Carolina's Rosenfeld Einstein Expands Employee Benefits Team
Zeke Lollis has joined South Carolina-based Rosenfeld Einstein, a leading regional insurance agency and consulting firm, as shared services specialist in the firm’s employee benefits division.
A native of Greenville, SC, Mr. Lollis joins Rosenfeld Einstein after several years in the human resources divisions of both Greenville Technical College and Clemson University, and holds a B.S. degree in Management from Clemson University. In his new role with Rosenfeld Einstein, he will focus on providing employee benefit program support and service to clients across South Carolina.
“Zeke brings our clients a professional human resources perspective, an outstanding customer service approach, and excellent experience in serving the diverse needs of group clients in the employee benefits arena,” said Howard Einstein, senior executive with Rosenfeld Einstein. “With our practice continuing to grow across the Carolinas, we’re pleased to be expanding our team and delighted to have Zeke join Rosenfeld Einstein.”
Rosenfeld Einstein has been named as a 2012 Best Practices Agency by the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA) – one of only three South Carolina firms so honored, and the only Upstate-based organization – and has also been honored as one of South Carolina’s Best Places to Work 2012.
A member of the mid-Atlantic division of MMA, Rosenfeld Einstein’s areas of specialty include employee benefits, personal, commercial property and casualty, life and health insurance, workplace safety, and wellness services. MMA, a subsidiary of Marsh, was established to meet the needs of midsize businesses and operates autonomously from Marsh to offer commercial property, casualty, personal insurance, and employee benefits to clients across the United States.
For additional information on Rosenfeld Einstein, call (864) 271-6336 or visit them on the web at www.RosenfeldEinstein.com. Follow a variety of informative risk management topics on the Rosenfeld Einstein blog at www.rosenfeldeinstein.com/