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Alper Services LLC
410 N. Michigan Ave, 12th Flr
Chicago, IL 60611

 

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Bobette Puckett, CRM, CIC

Bobette Puckett is a Comprehensive Insurance Architect and the Executive Vice President of Alper Services. With 25 years’ experience, including a successful two-year term as President of
Alper, she has deep knowledge of the industry. Bobette helps her Clients manage risk and increase profitability through innovative programs, custom services, and creative solutions. These include:

  • Partnering with Clients through a tailored process to Audit and Assess their current coverage and risk landscape.

  • Providing Clients with Action points to help them reduce costs, improve coverage and better finance their risk.

  • Structuring insurance programs for a variety of industries, including Construction, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Power Generation, Law Firms, Heavy Equipment Distributors and other businesses requiring specialty coverage.

  • Developing solutions for U.S.-based global corporations with foreign outsourcing. 

She takes a holistic approach to understanding each Client’s business to ensure she can become their true partner. It is her mission to deliver a blueprint for their success.
 

A veteran industry leader, Bobette is a frequent speaker at Cost Reduction Seminars and other conferences and meetings. She has also developed educational seminars for Clients and prospects.
 

Bobette holds Certified Insurance Counselor and Certified Risk Manager designations. She is an active member of the NAPIA, a Board Member of the Walter Payton Liver Center Guild and sits on various insurance Advisory Boards. She holds a B.B.A. in Insurance and a B.B.A. in Management Science from the University of Iowa.

 

 

Gary is a Vice President of Alper Services, Account Executive for the Alper Dealer Progarms and the Director of the Alper Global Trade Risk Management Division (AGT). Under his guidance, AGT provides companies the ability to strategically manage their commercial trade risk, both domestic and export, as well as to mitigate political risk involving international business investments.