Byhre Named Account Executive For Minnesota
Des Moines, Iowa — Homesteaders’ VP-Field Sales Dan Lodermeier announced that Steve Byhre has joined Homesteaders as an account executive. Byhre, who has an extensive background in sales and in the funeral service profession, will serve funeral home customers in Minnesota.
“Steve has demonstrated his expertise in establishing and building relationships with funeral professionals,” Lodermeier said. “He has been recognized as a top achiever throughout his career, and will be a strong asset to Homesteaders’ sales force.”
Prior to joining Homesteaders, Byhre was a Minnesota/Wisconsin sales representative for Aurora Casket Company. In that position, he managed sales and client management functions, calling on funeral home owners and managers to provide product resources, information and support.
“I enjoy helping funeral home customers find new ways to grow their businesses and better serve their client families,” Byhre said. “I’m looking forward to working with Homesteaders’ customers to educate them about the variety of pre-need funding solutions we offer and why so many funeral homes choose Homesteaders to help them achieve their goals.”
Byhre earned a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University. He also acquired a Minnesota Life & Health license in 2010.
Focused solely on funeral insurance funding and support, Homesteaders Life Company is the most often used pre-need funding provider among nationally recognized competitors (based on a 2013 Homesteaders-commissioned brand study). To learn more, visit homesteaderslife.com.
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