Two representatives of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial in Corinth were recently honored with national awards.
Steven Eaton and Zeb Taylor, who are both designated as fraternal insurance counselors, were awarded by the National Association of Fraternal Insurance Counselors.
Eaton and Taylor both received the Quality Service Award, which is given to those who maintain the highest level of service for their clients.
Eaton also received the Chairman’s Council Award, which is NAFIC’s highest honor and given only to those agents who have excelled at the very highest level of service to their Society.
“These awards go to fraternal field representatives who have demonstrated excellence in serving their clients,” said NAFIC Executive Secretary Anna Maenner.
The NAFIC is a professional insurance association with over 2,500 members in the United States and Canada.
Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial, headquartered in Rock Island, Ill., is a not-for-profit organization that provides financial products and benefits to its members and volunteer service to the community.
The NAFIC was founded in 1950 to promote educational activities and to enable members to exchange ideas about fraternal fieldwork. Its members represent nearly fifty fraternal insurance societies.