Security National Life Announces New Preneed Managers in Texas, Utah and Wyoming!
Security National Life is pleased to welcome two new Market Sales Managers: Jason Harris in East Texas, and Blake Coker in North-Central Texas. Mr. Harris and Mr. Coker will be instrumental in helping grow their preneed presence in Texas.
In addition, Security National Life recognizes the transfer of Skip Nagel to the position of Market Sales Manager over Utah and southern Wyoming. Mr. Nagel has been a valued manager with Security National in Lubbock, Texas since April 2013.
Mr. Nagel’s affinity for Utah originated through the Air Force. The Service transplanted him to Layton, but he loved it so much he set roots in Hunter and started his family. Now that Security National is providing this opportunity to return, Mr. Nagel most looks forward to weekend backcountry trips, exploring diverse hiking trails and fishing pristine lakes here in Utah.
Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Mr. Harris, Mr. Coker, and Mr. Nagel into their new roles.
ABOUT SECURITY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Security National Life Insurance Company is a market leader in preneed insurance products and services. We are a publicly traded company that provides strength and security for more profitable prepaid funerals. Our company has enjoyed impressive growth over the past few years and is ahead of last year’s record-breaking sales. Let’s share our success together. More information available at www.snlabetterway.com.
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