Meet the team and staff members at myCH Campbell & Haliburton Insurance of Regina.
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Daryl has been with Campbell & Haliburton since 2000. He moved with his family from Manitoba to Regina in order to enter the field of insurance – a decision he has never regretted. He is licensed for both personal and commercial business, as well as being the only broker in our office who is licensed for life insurance. Since starting in the insurance industry, Daryl has received the Canada Accredited Insurance Broker designation with honours. When he is not in the office, you might find Daryl with his running shoes on, hitting the trails in and around Regina. Daryl will be returning to his Manitoba roots this spring and will be “full on crazy” running 42.2 km at the Manitoba Marathon. This fall Daryl invites you to join him in one of many Queen City Marathon Half Marathon events including the Campbell & Haliburton Family 5k run that weekend.
Dean grew up in Lestock, Saskatchewan, and moved to Regina in 1987. He attended the University of Regina and SIAST, where he studied Computer Programming. Then, in 2008, Dean became an Insurance Broker with Campbell & Haliburton. When he isn’t at work or with his family, Dean is quite a golf and volleyball enthusiast. However, while in the office, he keeps staff and customers entertained with his extremely dry sense of humor.
Harold has been an Insurance Broker for the past 27 years. In November of 2014, he made the decision to start at Campbell & Haliburton, and we are so glad he did. His knowledge and experience is a happy addition to our team, as he loves working with clients and meeting their needs. Harold loves dogs, and has 2 beagles named Gunner and Jackson. When not at the dog park, his free time revolves around baseball. He spent many years coaching baseball, and is a Certified Baseball Instructor. That has morphed into becoming the official scorer for the Regina Red Sox within the Western Major Baseball League. He is also an avid hiker and cyclist, loves working in his yard or doing renovations, and has almost finished writing his first full-length novel.
Wendy became licensed as a Personal Lines Broker in March of 2016, and is our newest licensed commercial broker and has been dedicated to further education in the field of insurance. Before making the decision to become an insurance broker, Wendy not only received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Regina, but she has also received her Private Pilot License. Wendy enjoys being active when she is outside of work. This is a good thing, considering she is a busy mom of two small children.
Deb has been in the insurance world for 35 years, and she has been a Chartered Insurance Professional Level 3 for the last 6 years. We are lucky to have her, as she graduated from the CIP program with the highest graduating mark, for which she received an award. When Deb is not hard at work, you can probably find her watching baseball or football, as she is an avid sports fan. In fact, you will most likely see her in a Rider jersey every Friday at the office. Another pastime Deb loves is gardening, especially when it involves her family. Nothing is more important to Deb than her family and time spent together.
Helen is another new Broker who has joined us at Campbell & Haliburton. Helen received her Level 1 Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker license back in 2010. Along with being a huge tennis fan, Helen also enjoys watching all different kinds of sports. Of course, while watching tennis or sports on TV, Helen also enjoys a nice glass of wine. Helen also enjoys traveling, so be sure to ask her about her favourite destinations!
Blaine has been an insurance broker since 2015 and joined our team at Campbell & Haliburton in January 2017. He is an avid gamer and collector of comics, with various interests in sci-fi and fantasy genres. He has two cats at home, Boo and Chester. He received his bachelor's degree combined in History and Economics in 2015 from the University of Regina and has a mind that loves to learn. If you ask him what is the most important part of the job, he would say asking the right questions and getting the right coverages for each individual. Collectible items are not easily replaced and even more precariously valued, so making sure that you are covered for your important belongings will save you headache in the event of a claim.
Faizi recently joined Campbell & Haliburton in 2017 and has been working in the industry for the past 12 years. He graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Business Administration. When he’s not working, Faizi enjoys running, travelling, and drumming. Faizi is a great addition to the team as he brings a strong knowledge of the Auto Fund and customer service to our clients.
Dave is the most recent broker to join the team. After nearly 30 years in talk radio he decided it was time for a change and decided on Campbell & Haliburton for a very personal reason. His home in Regina Beach was one of those destroyed in the Dec 2014 explosion. It was the advice he received from Campbell & Halliburton when purchasing his home insurance that meant he had the right coverage in place. When it was time for Dave to make a career transition Campbell & Haliburton was his first thought. Dave has travelled extensively and also has a spot in the Cathedral Community garden each summer.
Barb has been in the insurance industry for 42 years. Almost 30 of those years were as a Commercial Underwriter in both Regina and Calgary. During this time she received her CIP designation. She moved to a Commercial broker role in Airdrie in 2006 and then back to Regina in 2008. In February 2019 she accepted an opportunity with the Campbell & Haliburton Team and is looking forward to this part of her career. Customer Service is her top priority. Outside of the office, Barb spends much time with her dog Daxton and of course her family and friends. She joys walks at the creek with Daxton, her annual camping trek to Greenwater and watching sports especially the Riders, Pats and curling.