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Hermann Sons names top agents




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SAN ANTONIO -- Two Hermann Sons fraternal insurance agents from Wilson County have been recognized as top producers for the fourth quarter of 2012. The Marketing Department of the Grand Lodge, Order of the Sons of Hermann in the State of Texas has announced that:
•Marlin Tanneberger finished in third place in the state and in Region 4 in the applications written category and in third place in Region 4 in the new premium income generated category. Tanneberger is a member of La Vernia Hermann Sons Lodge No. 180.
•Roxy Pruski finished in first place in Region 5 in the applications written category and in the premium income generated category. Pruski is a member of Mission-Alamo Hermann Sons Lodge No. 180. She lives in Adkins.
To learn more about Hermann Sons life insurance products and the fraternal benefits you may enjoy as a member, call Tanneberger at 830-779-4641 or Pruski at 210-667-1995.
 

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