Field Eddy Insurance of East Longmeadow has announced the following appointments:
Mr. Lavallee has been appoint as the agency’s Financial Advisor where he will lead Field Eddy’s new Financial Security and Retirement Protection Group. A 25 year veteran of advanced estate planning, Mr. Lavallee also holds life, health, accident, and property casualty insurance licenses as well as Series 6, 7, 22, 62, 63, and 66 investment licenses. In addition, he also is a Chartered Financial Consultant and an investment advisory representative of the National Planning Corporation. Mr. Lavallee, who lives in Longmeadow, has an Associates of Science in Computer Technology from Springfield Technical Community College and attended the University of Massachusetts for computer engineering.
Mr. Catapang is now an Account Executive, Commercial Lines at Field Eddy. In this position, Mr. Catapang will focus on the energy, environmental, transportation, and specialty contracting industries. A resident of Westboro, Mr. Catapang has more than 25 years experience in the insurance industry. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and has an Masters of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University. He also has an Associate in Underwriting designation.
Field Eddy has appointed Ms. Catuogno Account Executive of Employee Benefits. In her new role, she will be responsible for developing and maintaining employee benefits plans and implement and service voluntary insurance programs. Ms. Catuogno is an NAIFA Member and holds life, accident and health insurance licenses as well as having both her Series 6 and 63 investment licenses. A resident of Northampton, Ms. Catuogno is a graduate of Western New England University.
Ms. Averill is now an Account Manager, Commercial Lines at Field Eddy where she will be market insurance renewals, issue certificate registrations and handle claims. An resident of Agawam, Ms. Averill has been a commercial lines professional for over 29 years and is a Certified Insurance Service Representative in both Massachusetts and Connecticut.