Sales Agents Honored

January 15, 1992

WESTMINSTER — The Carroll County Association of Life Underwriters recently honoredoutstanding life and health insurance agents at its annual awards luncheon.

Paul K. Dell of New York Life was honored as Agent of the Year for his 1991 sales activity and service to the association, church and community.

Manager of the Year was W. Jerry Dayhoff of Prudential for his outstanding agency building success and educational efforts.

Jeff Hesson of Livingston Financial was cited as Rookie of the Year for his accomplishments as a life and health underwriter in his second year in the business.

The National Quality Award, established in 1944 bythe National Association of Life Underwriters and Life Insurance Marketing Research Association, was given to 11 members who sold a stipulated number of insurance policies over a 13-month period.

Membersreceiving the award were: John P. Buenger Sr., Nationwide; E. Bradley Cornell, Prudential; James J. Curtis, C & G Financial; W. David Livingston, Livingston Financial; Robert F. Schilling, Nationwide; WayneC. Liddick, Financial Associates; Wayne D. Toth, Prudential; James M. Eyler Sr., Prudential; James J. Hopkins Jr., State Farm; James H. Fair, Lutheran Brotherhood, 34th award; and Paul K. Dell, New York Life, 37th award.

Four members received the National Sales Achievement Award for their responsibility for a large number of individuals and families through the sale of life insurance.

The winners are: David M. Carl, Home Beneficial, two years; James J. Curtis, C & G Financial, four years; James J. Hopkins Jr., State Farm, 17 years; and James H. Fair, Lutheran Brotherhood, 20 years.

James J. Curtis was recognized for achieving Million Dollar Round Table membership and was named to "Top of the Table." Round Table membership also went to W. David Livingston, and Life and Qualifying Member for 21 years went to Paul K. Dell.

Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow was conferred upon Arthur W. Harris, Cherie W. Jenkins and Earl R. Seipp.

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