NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 1996 — Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) has named two new vice presidents who will lead departments in its insurance services business unit, reporting to Senior Vice President LeRoy A. Boison, Jr.:
Thompson is now responsible for commercial auto, commercial fire and allied lines and general liability.
In his new position, Yezzi is responsible for boiler & machinery, businessowners, commercial package, commercial inland marine, crime, farm and professional liability. He also will be responsible for support units that will serve all ISO's operations departments.
Thompson joined ISO in 1974 as an actuarial assistant in commercial casualty actuarial and has held a series of increasingly responsible positions in the division, culminating in his appointment as assistant vice president and actuary in 1986.
Thompson received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from New York University and became a fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society in 1984.
Yezzi had been assistant vice president — commercial casualty since 1989. He joined ISO in 1978 as a senior staff analyst in industry relations and held a series of increasingly responsible positions in the industry relations division. He became manager — industry relations in 1986.
Previously, Yezzi had been manager of the D.J. Yezzi & Co. insurance agency, and assistant director of research for the Independent Insurance Agents of America, a professional association of independent agents.
Yezzi received his bachelor's degree in English from Siena College, Loudonville, N. Y., and his master's degree in marine biology from Long Island University. He was designated a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter in 1979.