Friday, December 14, 2007

Saturday: Free life insurance for low-income families

The WCF Courier provides this story:

“WATERLOO --- A life insurance benefit is being offered at no cost to low-income parents that would help pay for their children's college education if they die.

Insurance agent Brenda Parham (pictured top right) is signing up families Saturday for the LifeBridge program. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Zion Lutheran Church, 810 Kimball Ave. . . .

"I call it the education insurance," said Parham. "This is solely for the kid's educational expense and that kid has up to age 35 to use those funds."

"So far I've signed up about 127 people and only five of them have been rejected," said Parham, who gets no commission for those who enroll.

The sign up period was originally set to end Dec. 31. It has now been extended for two more years. Those who can't make the event can contact Parham at (319) 232-2569 or to make an appointment and sign up.”

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