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Larry Spicer Joins Jewelers Mutual Leadership Team

The position is vice president of Loss Prevention and Risk Management Services.

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Larry Spicer Joins Jewelers Mutual Leadership Team

Larry Spicer

(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI — Larry Spicer joined the leadership team of Jewelers Mutual Group assuming the role of vice president of Loss Prevention and Risk Management Services as David Sexton prepares for retirement after 39 years with Jewelers Mutual.

Spicer has over 20 years’ experience as a security professional, having held leadership positions at Aurora Healthcare, Home Depot and Kohl’s. Most recently he was the director, public safety, at Aurora Healthcare in Milwaukee, responsible for the development and implementation of security strategies and procedures to safeguard over 70,000 team members.

During his first few months, Spicer will be working closely with Sexton and other members of the Jewelers Mutual leadership team as he becomes acclimated to the jewelry industry and the unique challenges it faces.

Spicer will maintain Jewelers Mutual’s high level of loss prevention excellence and put commercial lines policyholders first. His focus will ensure a smooth transition as Sexton steps down at the end of the year.

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