Morris named to Country Financial’s Hall of Fame
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PRINCETON — Country Financial has named Mike Morris of Princeton to its Hall of Fame.
Established in 1990, the Hall of Fame honors financial representatives who have qualified for 20 or more All Americans and agency managers with 10 years of qualification as a manager and 20 total qualifications. Morris is one of seven Country agency force members who qualified for the Hall of Fame this year. There are 30 active financial representatives and agency managers currently in the Country Financial Hall of Fame. Country Financial has more than 2,000 financial representatives and agency managers in 17 states.
Morris said, “It makes me happy when we have a great appointment and someone stops and says, ‘Thank you for helping me.’ I love knowing we made a difference. I can’t imagine doing anything else with my life.”
Morris has been serving people in the Bureau and Stark counties since 1980.
“The Hall of Fame is the highest honor a Country Financial representative or agency manager can receive. Agency force members who earn this distinction have shown a true dedication to meeting customers’ needs,” says Doyle J. Williams, chief marketing officer for Country Financial.
Morris has been named an All American 20 times and has been awarded Master Status twice. Master Status is awarded by Country Financial to financial representatives for their commitment and dedication to filling the insurance products and services and financial solutions needs of clients and retaining existing client policies.
Morris and his wife, Jane, have three children: Aaron, Laura and Eliza.
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