Dyersburg’s Regen named to Farm Bureau Insurance Top 10
Farm Bureau Insurance has recognized local agent Andrew Regen as a top-10 seller of life insurance and annuity contracts. Regen, a multi-line agent in the Dyersburg office, placed eighth out of nearly 500 agents across Tennessee.
Regen, who started with Farm Bureau Insurance in 2008, was honored recently at the company’s annual recognition banquet in Nashville. The distinction is based on the number of life insurance and annuity applications submitted, percentage of approved applications, the amount of premium and annuity deposits generated, and success in retaining existing business.
“Andrew has been an integral part of our success as an agency for many years. His fellow agents and staff and the local Farm Bureau directors are all proud to see him recognized for having an outstanding year,” said Dyersburg agency manager Kent Morris.
In addition to the top-10 honor, Regen was joined by Morris and agents Mack Kail and Jim Coy Houston as part of the Farm Bureau Insurance Honor Council, which recognizes consistent production in life and annuity sales.
Farm Bureau Insurance covers more homes and autos in Tennessee than any other insurer, and is the state’s second largest writer of individual life insurance. Insurance services are provided to members of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation; membership is open to all residents of Tennessee for an annual dues payment of $25.