Safety & Accident

CEI Names Bob Glose Director of Operations

July 18, 2013 - Press Release

Bob Glose, CEI's director of operations. Photo courtesy CEI.
Bob Glose, CEI's director of operations. Photo courtesy CEI.

The CEI Group, Inc. has appointed Bob Glose, an 11-year company veteran, as its director of operations, the company announced.

Mr. Glose reports directly to Vincent Brigidi, CEI’s president and chief operating officer, and has responsibility for the company’s accident management, loss recovery and insurance claims direct repair support activities.

“Bob has been a key member of our management team in a variety of capacities, and has been instrumental in the continual growth and enhancement of our services for a number of years,” said Mr. Brigidi. “In his new position, he’ll be able to expand the scope of his skill and leadership to more areas of our business.”

Mr. Glose graduated from West Virginia University in 1991. Outside CEI, he spent 10 years in the field of information technology as a network engineer and data security specialist. At CEI, he had previously been manager of information network infrastructure, team leader in the strategic account services department, and, most recently, manager of client services.

Mr. Glose is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, and a member of the NAFA Fleet Management Association and the Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association.

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