I got my first policy through Mary Naples some time ago. I'm switching
to a term policy soon, probably through Rudi Hoffman. They're both
enthusiastic about their number of policies/$ in this specialty. Meaning
no disrespect to either person--I like Mary a lot.
If you decide to go with a term policy, be sure to look into the options
for conversion to a policy with cash value. Everyone's mileage varies.
Thanks to Chris Hibbert for an interesting additional possibility...
And felicitations to you, Gina.
Natasha Vita-More wrote:
> At 02:29 PM 1/3/01 -0800, Gina wrote:
> >I'm finally signing up with Alcor. (I'm just beginning the process)
> This is a fabulous way to begin 2001, Gina.
> >There is
> >a list of insurance companies on their website, I was wondering if out of
> >these listed, anyone has any recommendations:
> >*Don Bannister
> >Northwestern Mutual Baird Securities
> >*Philip Herbert, J.D., CFPP
> >*Dave Hoelke, CPA
> >*Rudi Hoffman, (Alcor Member)
> >Certified Financial Planner
> >Investments and Financial Services
> >*Mary E. Naples, CLU, ChFC
> >Cryonics Life Insurance Specialist
> >*Dan Zeidler, LUTCF
> I'd suggest New York Life (I've been with them over 10 years for my
> cryonics life insurance policy). Mary Naples and Bob Gilmore are with New
> York Life.
> Best to you in securing your policy.
> metaC U L T U R E
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