Our next Employee Spotlight shines on Beverly Lancaster. Beverly Lancaster began working with Supportive Insurance Services in September 2006 and has worked in the insurance industry for over 24 years. Beverly holds a SILA Associate designation.bev

Beverly came to SIS with a broad range of licensing experience and was responsible for bringing Adjuster Licensing expertise to SIS. She was our first adjuster licensing administrator. Currently, Beverly works part-time with the License Renewal Team assisting in license cancellations and name and address changes. Beverly has been married to her husband John for 50 years and has two children and six grandchildren.

A few things you probably don’t know about Beverly…

If you could have a superhero power, what would it be? Healing, then you could not only get rid of minor injuries, but help ease the pain of those suffering from serious life threatening illness – like cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s.

What is your favorite TV show? Duck Dynasty (my grandkids call me Miss Kay).

What is your favorite thing about working at Supportive? Everyone is treated as an equal which creates camaraderie among the employees. SIS is like a family – everyone genuinely caring about the needs of others. Also, the flexibility and the way that Barb is willing to accommodate the employee’s needs.

What are your hobbies?    Shopping at Thrift Stores with my daughter looking for items to sell on eBay. And, of course, spending time with children and grandchildren.

Do you have a most embarrassing moment?    It was Friday, December 22, 2006 (Christmas week-end) when leaving the “shed” at Supportive Insurance Services. It was snowing and I was parked along the drive-way, but I needed to back up to get the car out, but I did not realize there was an electrical pole behind my car. Yes, I backed into the pole, but I thought it was only a bump. So, I left and drove home. When I was telling my husband about it – he said “you should have told Barb, it may have knocked out their power”. So, I called, Barb’s husband Kent answered the phone, and sure enough they did not have power and didn’t know why!! I was so embarrassed and dreaded going to work on Monday, but no one said a word to me about the incident and it has never been mentioned until now. SIS is like a family – loving, caring and considerate of each other!