PRENEED FUNERAL PROGRAM’S QUINN EAGAN RECOGNIZED FOR LONG-TERM BUSINESS SUCCESS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
President and Founder of Preneed Funeral Program Quinn Eagan has been named one of New Orleans CityBusiness’s 2016 Money Makers. Eagan has worked in the funeral profession for over 30 years and has been a valued Homesteaders partner for more than a decade.
“Quinn is a force in his industry,” said Homesteaders Chairman, President and CEO Steve Lang. “We are proud to be his business partner and congratulate Quinn on this well-deserved recognition.”
The award recognizes financial professionals whose work has set the pace for their company. This year’s honorees were chosen based on their involvement in both their industry and community as well as their achievement and innovation.
“Success is not something easily achieved,” said Chief Operating Officer Steve Shaffer. “Anyone who knows Quinn well, knows of his passion to win, his commitment to his partners and most of all to his family and friends! This recognition is hard earned and I give Quinn my heartfelt congratulations.”
Homesteaders is proud of its longstanding partnership with Preneed Funeral Program (PFP), which has resulted in elevating the success of its mutual funeral home customers. The products produced by Homesteaders and the marketing and sales programs provided by PFP result in more than $100 million in annual pre-need sales.
Celebrating its 110th year of business in 2016, Homesteaders Life Company is a national leader providing life insurance products and services to promote and support the funding of advance funeral planning and end-of-life expenses. Visit homesteaderslife.com to learn more.
Preneed Funeral Program (PFP) is a leading pre-planning organization that works with funeral homes, sales counselors and families throughout the United States and Canada. Through the use of its marketing programs and services, PFP has sold more than $3 billion in funded funeral pre -arrangements since it was founded in 1978. Visit preneed.net for more information.
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