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"I could hear the relief in his voice when it was taken care of. In his mind, he has this one shot to make this problem go away, so my goal was that when he hangs up this is not on his mind anymore."
ROBBIE RUMMEL
Assoc. Claims Adjuster, Colorado Springs, Colo.
"She was so relieved. She told me she wished she could hug me. I said it would be nice, but what she was doing for me and our country was much more meaningful than a hug."
NORMA RENTERIA
USAA Representative

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