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NAIFA celebrates organization's anniversary

The National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors celebrates the 125th Anniversary of the organization in 2015. The local chapter, NAIFA-Carroll/Howard, commemorated the anniversary at its Feb. 12 meeting. NAIFA began as the National Association of Life Underwriters in Boston, Mass., in 1890. It is one of the largest and most influential groups of insurance and financial advisors in the country. Pictured are board of directors members front row, from left: Judy Vereen, secretary; and Brenda Myers, community service/public relations chair. Back row, from left: Harvey Tegeler, professional development chair; James Kelly, treasurer; David Hemler, programs co-chair; and Robert Zimmer, president.
The National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors celebrates the 125th Anniversary of the organization in 2015. The local chapter, NAIFA-Carroll/Howard, commemorated the anniversary at its Feb. 12 meeting. NAIFA began as the National Association of Life Underwriters in Boston, Mass., in 1890. It is one of the largest and most influential groups of insurance and financial advisors in the country. Pictured are board of directors members front row, from left: Judy Vereen, secretary; and Brenda Myers, community service/public relations chair. Back row, from left: Harvey Tegeler, professional development chair; James Kelly, treasurer; David Hemler, programs co-chair; and Robert Zimmer, president.(Submitted photo, Submitted photo)

The National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors celebrates the 125th Anniversary of the organization in 2015. The local chapter, NAIFA-Carroll/Howard, commemorated the anniversary at its Feb. 12 meeting. NAIFA began as the National Association of Life Underwriters in Boston, Mass., in 1890. It is one of the largest and most influential groups of insurance and financial advisors in the country. Pictured are board of directors members front row, from left: Judy Vereen, secretary; and Brenda Myers, community service/public relations chair. Back row, from left: Harvey Tegeler, professional development chair; James Kelly, treasurer; David Hemler, programs co-chair; and Robert Zimmer, president.

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