As a Forest Service archaeologist, Kevin Buchanan once outran a sentient boulder and dodged the curare-dipped arrows of the Hovitos. He’s been known to embark on rattlesnake hunts with nothing more than a sharp stick, an empty belly, and a pocketful of tarragon. Kevin’s eaten cow’s tongue—as an act of vengeance.
Yes, he’s made of tougher stuff than most of us.
Like a lot of tough guys, Kevin has a caring side, too, and a heart for service. That’s why he recently joined us as claims supervisor.
Claims is ultimately about helping people in a time of need. It’s a pretty cool gig, and Kevin is ideally suited for the work.
Plus, he’s a great fit for the culture of this place. So great, in fact, that we find ourselves thinking, “How’d we get so lucky, crossing paths with this dude?”
If the rattlesnakes of the world disagree, so much the better.