Ann Margaret Foster Constance, a longtime claims adjuster with several workers’ comp companies, passed away at her home on November 6th. A native of Ball, Louisiana, Constance was a resident of Covington and Alexandria throughout her life and attended Ole Miss. She was married to her husband of seventeen years, Darrell Constance, and had three daughters and five grandchildren.
Ann Constance joined the newly formed Claims Department at LCI Workers’ Comp in 2011. Prior to that position she had developed a wealth of experience as a claims adjuster over nearly 30 years, especially with Trinity Claims Service.
Lolly Leger, President of Trinity Claims Service, remembered Constance as a positive force. “Ann was always cheerful and working hard no matter the obstacles she faced in her personal life. She will be missed,” Leger said.
John Kocke, of AMC Resources, knew Constance professionally while she was at Trinity and at LCI.
“I knew her as a very knowledgeable and hardworking adjuster who seemed to be dedicated to her job,” Kocke said. “While at Trinity and working from [her home in Alexandria] it was not uncommon for her to start sending out emails at 5 o’clock in the morning, continuing well into each evening. She was always pleasant and easy to work with.”
Yvonne Rosen, who worked with Constance at LCI, also praised her steadfast adjusting. “Ann Constance worked with LCI for a little over a year as an indemnity adjuster. She was well known and respected in the industry,” said Rosen. “Ann spoke often of her family especially her granddaughter, Karlee who was the apple of her eye.”
Services for Ann Constance were already held on November 7th.
Read her obituary here.