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Stephanie N. Cleare, ACII

Regional Vice President

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Prior to joining Sill, Stephanie spent 20 years mastering all categories of the Caribbean Property Casualty Insurance market in claims, underwriting and agency. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, an associate member of the Chartered Insurance Institute, London UK and holds the prestigious Chartered Insurance Practitioner designation.

Stephanie has a passion for the Blue Economy and is a Board Member of an international charity which promotes the development of coastal communities to this end. She is also an accomplished violinist and often attributes her ability to explain technical concepts in a clear way as having been advantageous to her success in both music and career.

Stephanie will focus her efforts at Sill on helping insureds who have incurred property damage in the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and the coastal United States.

Sill is the leading public adjusting firm in North America because we have the ability to handle every aspect of an insurance claim. When you work with Sill we can settle your claim faster than you would be able to do on your own.

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