George began his career in Central Canada law enforcement, with involvement in surreptitious monitoring of organized and espionage crime, including cross border connections with US authorities. After subsequent years as a Forensic Identification Specialist in British Columbia (Crime Scene Investigator), he has demonstrated discretion, diplomacy and superior interpersonal communication skills. George has conducted many in-depth investigations and continually demonstrates the ability to identify trends, process evidence, and find solutions.
After retiring from the RCMP in British Columbia and pursuing a second career in insurance adjusting in Alberta, George continued to show confidence and tact in producing positive results. Insurance adjusting was a natural fit for George following law enforcement and as President of Payson Adjusters Limited he served on the Council of Provincial and National Insurance Institutes, and obtained his Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation. George’s experience in the insurance industry includes investigating fraud, fires, property damage, bodily injury, and liability determination, working closely with insurers, brokers, arson investigators, litigants, as well as various law enforcement agencies and civil authorities.
George has also assisted major insurers with their legal litigation process, managing files on their behalf through the legal system. His experience in this area has included leading teams on out-of-country catastrophic losses for extended periods, to dealing with victims and their personal and corporate losses. George’s portfolio includes the Insurance Industry, Faith Based Institutes, and Not For Profit Organizations.