Insurance Brings Freedom
When Ann Reynolds’ husband, Mark, died in 2003, he left behind what seemed like a modest life insurance benefit. But it has made a world of difference in Ann’s life. Once an energetic human resources executive who power-walked five miles a day, Ann, 53, is confined to a wheel chair because of a degenerative back condition. Unable to work, she relies on a disability insurance policy she bought through her employer and Social Security payments, which together just manage to meet her living expenses. That’s where Mark’s life insurance benefit comes in.