CRC Group mourns death of broker

Napoleon Elizer

CRC Group mourns death of broker

CRC Group announced that it is grieving the unexpected death of one of its brokers, Talmon Vice.

The broker suddenly passed on September 11 in San Diego.

Vice served CRC for over eight years, most recently as a casualty broker specializing in oil & gas, environment, and construction. He was a member of CRC’s Houston, TX team. Prior to joining CRC in 2014, Vice was a superintendent at JDE Construction.

To help Vice’s family in this time of grief, CRC Group created a GoFundMe campaign for the deceased broker. The online fundraiser will “enable friends and colleagues to stand behind the Vice family through monetary donations as they navigate the difficult days ahead,” a company release said.

All proceeds will benefit the Talmon Vice Family Fund nonprofit, which is being formed in the wake of the broker’s tragic death.

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