About Cypress Ridge Solutions

Cypress Ridge Solutions and Insurance Services has been delivering high impact, practical solutions to the human resources issues faced by management, as well as addressing group insurance and personal insurance needs. CRS was founded by Cherryll Sevy in 1982 and continues to provide human resource management expertise to start-ups, mid-sized, and several Fortune 1000 companies.

Our hallmark has been, and continues to be, our ability to identify and prioritize client needs, respond to the ever-changing employment climate and legal requirements, as well as successfully address compensation, retention, and performance challenges faced by executives.

Our clients appreciate and value the way we ask questions, listen, understand and present a clear and honest perspective as they maneuver through the challenging business landscape.

We provide human resource management expertise to start-ups, and mid- to larger sized companies, as well as non-profit organizations. We partner with executives to design and implement effective human resource programs to deliver comprehensive and effective results.

Leveraging her expertise, Cherryll Sevy focuses on key areas of HR management and compliance, performance planning, retention programs, professional management development, compensation programs and sales incentive plans.

In 2005, Marc Haberman joined Cypress Ridge Solutions and Insurance Services and brought over 25 years of life insurance, personal insurance, and group insurance experience. Working with  individuals, key executives, and corporate clients in Silicon Valley, Marc utilizes his expertise to carefully identify their specific insurance needs and provide the best product solutions, whether it’s key person insurance, executive bonus planning, deferred compensation programs, individual life and long term care, or group insurance.

Now that you know our story, learn more about how we work and read some of our client success stories.

Call us at 408.455.6114 to request more information.

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