William Deyesso leverages expertise in business leadership and operations to serve as the CEO of the third-party insurance administrator Royal Administration Services, Inc. Based in New Hampshire, William Deyesso also operates a gentleman’s farm, a small operation maintained for personal enjoyment rather than income.
In the Northeast, gentleman farmers often grow their own crops, an endeavor that starts with clearing and leveling a plot before the first fall freeze. Growers can then plant a cover crop of legumes or small grains, which protects the soil from erosion and acts as an organic fertilizer when the plants are tilled under in the spring.
After clearing and leveling the land, farmers focus on soil quality by assessing and improving the pH balance, an important element that impacts nutrient levels in the soil. Farmers use a variety of products to adjust soil pH, including organic compost, elemental sulfur, and peat moss. In addition to healthy soil, farmers must implement an effective irrigation system based on the climate and other environmental considerations.
A Massachusetts insurance professional, William “Bill” Deyesso leads the third-party insurance administrator Buyer’s Choice Inc. as chief executive officer. In addition, William Deyesso contributes to the Greater Boston Food Bank.
The Greater Boston Food Bank works toward eradicating hunger by distributing meals to people struggling to afford food. In 2015, the organization gave away more than 13 million pounds of fresh produce through its Healthy Futures Campaign. The initiative, with the support of donors and board members, raised funds vital for securing fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms. By sourcing from local growers, the bank was able to guarantee that food met the Choosing Healthy Options system’s highest standards for quality.
The Greater Boston Food Bank launched the program again in 2016 and increased its goal by 2 million pounds of fresh produce. To achieve the goal, the food bank is reaching out to the public for contributions. For every dollar donated to the Healthy Futures Campaign, the organization can provide six meals.
The chief executive officer of Buyer’s Choice Inc., William (Bill) Deyesso possesses more than two decades of experience in the insurance industry. Away from his work at Buyer’s Choice, William Deyesso likes to golf.
Putting is an essential stroke that can make a difference in whether or not you achieve a birdie. To improve your putt, practice green-reading skills. In an article released by Golf Magazine regarding a Pinehurst Golf Academy study, research determined that 65 percent of golfers miss their putt by not reading the break correctly.
To avoid becoming part of this statistic, do not focus on analyzing the green from the place where you intend to putt. Golf Magazine concluded that this perspective does not improve slope detection accuracy. Instead, position yourself on the green to look up to the location from which you will complete the putt. Then use an object, like a magazine, to set perpendicular sight lines. In doing so, you can differentiate changes in slope without external distractions to distort how you view the terrain.
William Deyesso - Successful Boston Real Estate Developer and Insurance Executive