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Photo: Randy Knight

RANDY KNIGHT, B.COMM, CIP
PRINCIPAL - KNIGHT EASTON & ASSOCIATES

Randy is a senior multi-line adjuster and principal in Knight Easton and Associates Ltd. He earned his Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Finance) from the University of Calgary in 1984 and his Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation in 2005. Randy started his insurance career as an independent adjuster in Calgary, AB in 1984 with a multi-national firm.

Two years later, he returned to his hometown of Kelowna, B.C. to work with a well established national firm in their Vernon and Kelowna offices. In 1992, Randy joined Pritchard Woodall & Associates Ltd. as a managing partner and worked for them until 2007, when he and Steve purchased the Kelowna, B.C. office and started Knight Easton and Associates Ltd.

Randy is a member in good standing with the Insurance Institute of Canada, Arson Investigators' Association, International Association of Arson Investigations, Canada West Ski Association and Lake Okanagan Insurance Society. He specializes in large complex Personal Lines, Commercial and Multi Residential claims as well as Business Interruption, Transportation, Heavy Equipment, Casualty and Automobile losses.

Photo: Steve Easton

STEVE EASTON, CIP
PRINCIPAL - KNIGHT EASTON & ASSOCIATES

Steve is a senior multi-line adjuster and principal in Knight Easton and Associates Ltd. Born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. Steve started his insurance career in 1982 as a staff adjuster with Canadian Indemnity Insurance Company.  In 1986 he became an independent adjuster and joined the Vancouver office of Pritchard Woodall and Associates Ltd. and became a partner in 1999.

Steve relocated to Kelowna, B.C. in 1995 to work in their branch office, where he remained until 2007, when he and Randy purchased the business and started Knight Easton & Associates Ltd.

Steve is a member in good standing with the Insurance Institute of Canada, Lake Okanagan Insurance Society and Canada West Ski Association. He specializes in complex Casualty claims including Municipal and Ski Hill liability

Photo: Heidi HuttonHeidi Hutton
Adjuster

Heidi is a multi-line adjuster and is working towards her Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation. She started her insurance career in 1991 in Surrey, B.C as administrative assistant with Pritchard Woodall & Associates Ltd. In 2000 Heidi became an independent adjuster and continued to work for the firm until 2006, when she decided to work with a well established national firm. In 2008, Heidi relocated to Kelowna, B.C. to continue her career with Knight Easton and Associates Ltd.

Heidi is a member in good standing with the Insurance Institute of Canada, and Lake Okanagan Insurance Society. She specializes in Personal Lines, Commercial, Multi Residential and Casualty claims.

Photo: Dean Loverin

DEAN LOVERIN
ADJUSTER

Dean is a senior casualty adjuster. Born in Marville, France Dean grew up in Manitoba and Saskatchewan before moving to Kelowna in 1983. After working as a commercial real estate agent Dean started his insurance career in 1986 with the Insurance Corporation of B.C. where he held numerous positions during his tenure including Bodily Injury Adjusters and Recovery Management Coordinator. These positions allowed Dean to build solid relationships with Doctors, Specialists and Care Providers in Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley in general.

In 2008 Dean became an independent adjuster and worked for both local and international firms before joining Knight Easton & Associates in 2011. Dean specializes in the investigation and settlement of complex automobile and general liability claims.

Dean is a member in good standing with the Insurance Institute of Canada

Photo: Mary-Lou Huculak

MARY-LOU HUCULAK, CIP
ADJUSTER

Mary-Lou is a senior casualty adjuster. Born in Victoria, B.C. Mary-Lou moved to Kelowna in 1981. She started her insurance career in 1979 with the Insurance Corporation of B.C. and over the next 29 years held various positions with the Corporation in the Okanagan Valley.

In 2008 Mary-Lou became an independent adjuster working for an international firm for three years before joining Knight Eaton & Associates Ltd. in the summer of 2011. Mary-Lou specializes in the investigation and settlement of automobile and general liability claims.

Mary-Lou is a member in good standing with the Insurance Institute of Canada, and Lake Okanagan Insurance Society.

Photo: Lynne Johnson

LYNNE JOHNSON
ADJUSTER

Lynne is a general automobile and liability adjuster. After graduating from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay with a B. Phe. (Hon) degree Lynne moved to Toronto where she worked as a Pharmaceutical Representative for four years. In 1990 Lynne moved to Vancouver and began her adjusting career with ICBC handling auto, accident benefit and property damage claims. Relocating to Kelowna in 1992 Lynne continued with ICBC until 2001 when her husband’s job took them to California.

After raising two athletic sons Lynne returned to adjusting with Knight Easton & Associates Ltd. specializing in the investigation and settlement of automobile and general liability claims.

Lynne is a member in good standings with the Insurance Institute of BC.

Photo: CHRIS KNIGHTCHRIS KNIGHT
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Chris was born and raised in Kelowna. In 2012 he moved to Victoria, B.C. where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sustainability at the University of Victoria. Following his studies, Chris worked for a local consulting firm specializing in hazardous materials before accepting a position with the Vancouver Island Health Authority as an Industrial Hygiene Analyst. He has a thorough understanding of the regulations related to asbestos and mould, which can be applied to the investigation and adjustment of property claims. In late 2018 Chris returned to Kelowna to pursue an adjusting career. With his diverse background and ties to local community Chris is able to handle all types of claims including property, liability, environmental and automobile.

Chris is working towards his CIP designation and is a member in good standing with the Insurance Institute of B.C. and the Lake Okanagan Insurance Society.