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realLIFEstories 2011 Program Replay

September 13, 2011
realLIFEstories 2011 Program Replay

Watch the livestream replay of LIFE’s realLIFEstories Program. You’ll listen to real stories of loss and how insurance planning helped families through some of their darkest hours.

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realLIFEstories – Kathy Custead – A Fresh Look Proves Timely

June 23, 2011
realLIFEstories – Kathy Custead – A Fresh Look Proves Timely

Mark and Kathy Custead enjoyed a comfortable, middle-class lifestyle, but their financial obligations were considerable. So with their agent’s help, they completed a life insurance needs analysis, which showed that both needed to substantially increase their coverage. They each made life insurance purchases, something neither had done since their first child was born 17 years earlier. That spring, Mark was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and died five weeks later. Proceeds from his insurance helped to pay funeral expenses, medical bills and credit card debt, and have allowed Kathy to set aside money for the kids’ college costs.

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realLIFEstories – Nicolas Virgen – Still Watching Over Them

June 1, 2011
realLIFEstories – Nicolas Virgen – Still Watching Over Them

Nicolas, a self-employed painter, had life insurance for himself but was reluctant to buy a policy for his stay-at-home wife, Teresa. But his insurance agent was persuasive and convinced him to cover her too. When a terrible car accident killed Teresa and left Nicolas badly injured, the money from her policy is what paid the bills and kept the family in their home until Nicolas could return to work.

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A Legacy of Love

July 21, 2010
A Legacy of Love

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Now is the right time to learn how life insurance can help you leave a legacy of love for your family.

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Peg Ogonowski – When the Unthinkable Becomes Reality

June 18, 2010
Peg Ogonowski – When the Unthinkable Becomes Reality

John Ogonowski was both a farmer and a pilot. On September 11, 2001, John was piloting American Airlines Flight 11 when it was hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center. Because John had life insurance, his wife, Peg, was able to pay off the mortgage, retire debts, set aside college money for their three girls and keep the family farm.

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Melissa Knoll – A Life Lived Fully but Wisely

May 26, 2010
Melissa Knoll – A Life Lived Fully but Wisely

Greg Knoll was 38 when he died of a rare form of stomach cancer. Fortunately for his wife, Melissa, the life insurance he owned through work and on his own paid off debts accumulated during the illness, funded college savings for the two daughters, and has enabled Melissa and the girls to stay in the family home.

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A Firefighter Who Was Always Prepared – realLIFEstories – Remle Winand

March 23, 2009
A Firefighter Who Was Always Prepared – realLIFEstories – Remle Winand

Remle Winand’s husband, Jim was a physically fit 38 year-old husband and father of two when he was diagnosed with colon cancer. Sadly, he died several weeks before his 39th birthday. But thanks to several life insurance purchases, he left behind a legacy of financial security for his young family. www.lifehappens.org

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