Eric P. Jacobs promoted to position of vice president of information services for ...

February 21, 1997, SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA

Eric P. Jacobs has been promoted to the position of vice president of information services, announced President Parker S. Kennedy. Jacobs, who will work out of the company's headquarters in Santa Ana, will manage the corporate information systems department and all corporate automation projects.

Previously, Jacobs served as assistant vice president of automated systems for First American Title from 1993. Jacobs' career with First American began in 1986 when he was hired as a systems analyst. Before coming to First American, Jacobs worked as a systems analyst for Skane Accountancy Corporation in San Diego, California, for two years.

Jacobs received his bachelor's degree in business information systems from San Diego State University in 1985. Born in Weisbaden, Germany, Jacobs has lived in California for 36 years. He lives in Huntington Beach with his wife and two daughters.

First American Title Insurance Company, principal subsidiary of The First American Financial Corporation (NYSE: FAF), traces its history to 1889. One of the largest title insurers in the nation, it offers title services through a network of more than 300 offices and 4,000 agents throughout the United States. It also provides title services abroad in the Bahama Islands, Bermuda, Canada, Guam, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the United Kingdom. The company has its headquarters in Santa Ana, California.


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