ABILENE, Texas – Funeral Directors Life Insurance Co. has announced the addition of Michael Robinson as market center manager for the Texas Panhandle region, according to a news release.
“We would like to welcome Michael to our team,” said Kris Seale, FDLIC president and CEO. “We are looking forward to working with Michael and expanding our service to funeral home customers in the Texas Panhandle.”
Michael has spent more than 10 years building and leading active, vibrant youth ministries and volunteer groups. He is experienced in training, equipping, motivating and leading large teams of volunteers and potential employees to work together to achieve common goals. Recently, he has worked as a sales account executive and life/health insurance agent.
"I am extremely excited and honored to be a part of the FDLIC family,” Robinson said. “My father worked for FDLIC several years ago, and it is a privilege for me to do the same. I’m proud to work for a company whose goal is to be the most respected provider of services to the funeral industry. I’m looking forward to being a team member that contributes to making this goal a reality day in and day out. Since my teenage years, serving others has brought me a great amount of joy and is an important part of who I am. As a market center manager, I will be able to continue serving a wide variety of people in many ways. I am thankful to be joining FDLIC and am blessed to have this opportunity."
“I am so excited to add Michael to our Texas team,” said Rex Johnson, director of sales development for Texas. “Michael brings a passion for serving people from his ministry background, along with a great skill set in providing great customer service and experience in sales professional training and recruiting. Michael's personality will fit in well with our Panhandle firms and sales professionals; and I know he will fit in well with our FDLIC culture and values.”
Robinson is a graduate of West Texas A & M University in Canyon, Texas, and holds a Texas Life and Health Insurance License.
Posted Feb. 25