New Crystal Restoration Welcomes Lisa Kane to Marketing Team
New Crystal Restoration is proud to announce and welcome Lisa Kane as the company’s newest member of the marketing staff. Kane will be responsible for marketing and development of new business to personal lines and commercial lines insurance professionals.
“We are very excited that Lisa Kane has rejoined the team”, states New Crystal Restoration President, Lisa A. Cordasco. “Our Westchester County, NY family-owned business was founded in 1960 and Lisa has been an integral part of the company’s success and growth. Lisa is the consummate insurance professional. She has earned the respect and admiration of so many insurance professionals for her commitment to the positions she has held and her endless devotion to charitable work, including, but not limited to, the stewardship of her beloved Honorable Order of the Blue Goose- Westchester County Pond. She is now “back home again” and we are delighted to welcome her back once more!”
Kane is a Dutchess County resident. She has a long and distinguished career in the insurance industry. Kane boasts nearly 35 years of experience in personal lines and commercial lines insurance. She began her career with the Hartford Insurance company. Lisa’s hard work and determination was recognized as she was promoted to handle multi-line claims, including workers comp. She has also worked for Commercial Union and AIG. She was hired by Crystal Restoration upon leaving AIG and was responsible for marketing agents, brokers and claims staff for new loss assignments. Kane worked for New Crystal Restoration during the company’s transition to new leadership. She then briefly worked at Belfor Restoration and has returned “home” to join the New Crystal Restoration team once again.
“Family businesses and their leadership are the ultimate entrepreneurs. They must continually innovate to grow and pass on a thriving business from one generation to the next.” Carrie Hall, EY American Family Business Leader “The importance of family businesses to the global economy is undeniable. They account for more than two-thirds of all the companies around the world and 50%-80% of employment in most countries.”