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Stricker, Spencer, Rojas appointed to Senior VPs at Baltimore Life

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Baltimore Lifes Board of Directors recently approved three officer-level promotions. Pictured from left are Brian Stricker, Richard A. Spencer III and Harold Rojas.

Spencer was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Spencer has served as Baltimore Lifes Controller since joining the company in August 2002. Before joining Owings Mills, Md.-based Baltimore Life, he served as Senior Vice President of Finance and Acting CFO of InsLogic Corporation, a private label insurance broker. He also directed the delivery of audit and strategic risk management consulting services in the Washington, D.C. offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.

Harold Rojas was appointed Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary. Rojas has served as Baltimore Lifes Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for more than four years. In his new role, Rojas has responsibility for the legal and compliance, underwriting and claims functions of the company. Before joining Baltimore Life, Rojas was Assistant Vice President and Assistant General Counsel with Old Mutual Financial Network, and he held various compliance and legal counsel positions with Conseco, Inc., Jackson National Life and Columbian Mutual Life.

Brian Stricker was appointed Senior Vice President, Corporate Development. Stricker will lead all product development, acquisition and alliance-related growth initiatives, and has served as Baltimore Lifes Vice President, Business Development since 2006. Having joined Baltimore Life in 1983 as a pricing actuary, he was elected Vice President and Actuary in 1996, and Vice President, Insurance Services in 1999, where he assumed responsibility for underwriting, claims, new business, customer service and compliance.

The expertise provided by Harold, Rick and Brian has been instrumental in Baltimore Lifes continuing period of profitable sales growth, said David K. Ficca, President and CEO of Baltimore Life. Their experience and dedication will continue to serve us well as we move forward.