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Insurance company executive

Thomas Harold Friedberg, American insurance company executive. With Army of the United States, 1957-1958.

Background

Friedberg, Thomas Harold was born on August 25, 1939 in New York City. Son of Henry R. and Ursula J. (Cale) Friedberg.

Education

Student, Oberlin (Ohio) College, 1956-1957;student, Western Reserve U., 1959-1961;Master of Business Administration, University of Chicago, 1971.

Career

Assistant vice president CNA Financial Corporation Insurance Company, Chicago, 1961-1971. Vice president worldwide automobile insurance operations American International Group, New York City, 1971-1974. President, director Thurston F & C Insurance Company, Tulsa, 1974-1975, American Institute Marketing Corporation, Falls Church, Virginia, 1975-1976.

Vice president Hartford Insurance Group, Connecticut, 1976-1979, senior vice president, 1979-1981, Reliance Insurance Companies, Philadelphia, 1981-1983. Vice president Intermediaries of America, Inc., 1983-1985. President Transprotection Service Company/Vanliner Insurance Company, Fenton, Missouri, 1985-1987.

Executive vice president Chase Insurance Enterprises, 1987-1993. Chairman, president, Chief Executive Officer Ranger Insurance Company, 1987-1995. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer Accel International Corporation, Stafford, Texas, 1995-1998.

President, Chief Executive Officer Nobel Insurance Company, Dallas, 1999—2001. President Renaissance United States Holdings, Inc., 2001—2003. Managing director Cohen Brothers-Dekania Capital Management, LLC, 2004—2007.

Chairman president Chief Executive Officer Dekania Corporation, 2007—2008. Chairman Spinco Inc., since 2009.

Membership

With Army of the United States, 1957-1958.

Connections

Married Cynthia K. Thisius. Children: Donald Henry, Sharon Elizabeth, Linda Lee.

father:
Henry R. Friedberg

mother:
Ursula J. (Cale) Friedberg

spouse:
Cynthia K. Thisius

child:
Donald Henry Friedberg

child:
Sharon Elizabeth Friedberg

child:
Linda Lee Friedberg