Insurance Professionals and Their Clients Featured in Newsweek and to be
Honored in San Diego
ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Most Americans acknowledge that insurance is important and necessary, but don't fully appreciate the need for insurance protection until a major event occurs like a death in the family or a serious illness or accident. When confronted with life's most challenging moments, having a proper insurance program in place helps makes sure emotional struggles aren't compounded by financial hardship.
To underscore the importance of proper insurance planning, the nonprofit LIFE Foundation is once again sharing the stories of everyday people who have benefited from insurance at times of great financial need. Today, LIFE announced the recipients of its thirteenth annual realLIFEstories Client Service Awards Program, which honors insurance professionals for their outstanding service to a family or individual.
The individuals receiving this year's awards are featured in a special advertising section that appears in the current edition of Newsweek, the September 8, 2008 issue. Additionally, they will be honored alongside their clients at LIFE's realLIFEstories Client Service Awards Banquet, held on September 7, 2008 during the annual convention of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) in San Diego, Calif.
"These stories prove how necessary insurance is and are a testament to the critical role that insurance advisors and employers play in helping people remain financially secure, even in life's most trying times," said Marvin Feldman, CLU, ChFC, RFC, president and CEO of the LIFE Foundation. "These stories remind people that none of us knows what the future will bring, and that's why preparing for the unexpected through proper insurance planning is so vitally important."
The 2008 realLIFEstories honorees are:
-- Michael Tokushige, Financial Repr
|SOURCE Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE)|
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