Mrs. Bechtel has been an instrumental part of Parkway Advisors since 2008. Currently the Director of Communications, Mrs. Bechtel works diligently with the client retention and interaction program of Parkway. Her main responsibilities include the planning, development and implementation of all of the Organization’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal. In addition, Mrs. Bechtel manages the social media relations for Parkway Advisors.
Previously, Mrs. Bechtel worked in the statutory client reporting department of Parkway. Her responsibilities included assisting insurance clients with the preparation of Schedule D and IMR/AVR (life clients). She worked attentively to stay abreast of SSAP and NAIC reporting guidelines and assisted clients in many areas as part of the consulting team at Parkway. She joined the Parkway team having experience with both life and P&C insurers. With many hours of specialized training on top industry reporting software, she was able to bring efficiency to the reporting needs of Parkway clients. Mrs. Bechtel’s knowledge, experience and understanding make her a valuable asset to the Parkway team.
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DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
I have an amazing husband who has a bad case of OCD (Obsessive Christmas Disorder). He has a love for Christmas and all that goes with it so deeply that some of his coworkers even call him Santa. I, on the other hand, have not always embraced the season so lovingly but I’m starting to come around. We love doing anything that involves lights and decorations like going to Arlington’s Enchant Christmas in this picture. In the last few years we have decided to forgo gift giving to each other and adopt angel tree kids instead. It has been a fun and humbling process getting to do that for children and families that otherwise might not have a Christmas. After that, we spend a little time travelling with our kids and spending some much needed time together as a family which is always a nice way to round out the year.