Hartford CEO McGee Steps Down for Medical Recovery; Swift Named CEO

By | June 9, 2014

  • June 9, 2014 at 1:24 pm
    martin says:
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    Not one person in the bunch from sales.. We wonder why there is a huge disconnect between the people who bring the money in (us agents( and the people who count it(them).

  • June 10, 2014 at 12:22 pm
    Greg Agnone says:
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    I wish you all the best. You are a class act. I miss out chats at the gym. Hang in there.

    Greg Agnone

  • July 31, 2014 at 7:32 pm
    meg conway says:
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    Meg Conway

    Mr. McGee tried but was unable to hold accountable an abusive claims director, Mr. Hulsey from Florida; and Michele Lemery was unable to stand up to him.

    Mr. McGee’s accomplishments as listed are significant, however if behind those accomplishments unethical executives who report to him continue unchecked there is no solid foundation for the company.

    Mr. Swift it is impossible for me to foresee you, as CEO, being able to handle unethical decisions from those who work for you, and hold accountable those involved, when you were an executive of AIG.

    Due to Hartford’s unethical behavior I rebranded the company Heartless Insurance-they insured the company Biltmore Farms, Jack Cecil, CEO, now known as Bleakmore Farms, Mr. Potter (It’s a Wonderful Life).

    I continue to educate individuals on the actions of Heartless Insurance and Bleakmore Farms through a petition on Change.org-whose safe link is here


    Mr. Swift, now when I report to organizations such as Ethisphere, Conscious Capitalism, and Corporate Accountability International that Heartless and Bleakmore Farms have not yet stood up and taken responsibility for their actions I will be certain to let them know that I’ve contacted you also now that you are CEO of Heartless.

    Mr. McGee I do hope that you regain the health you once had. No one, no matter what the circumstances, should have their health taken from them.

    Meg Conway, Asheville NC

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