Bankers Life, Military Warriors support wounded vets
By National Underwriter
By Michael K. Stanley
Bankers Life and Casualty Company (Bankers Life) handed a wounded soldier and his family keys to a new, mortgage-free home last week.
Bankers Life in conjunction with The Military Warriors Support Foundation and Chase Bank, will give Todd Fahn, his fiancé, and two-year-old son the keys to a Henderson, Nevada, five-bedroom home upon their completion of a three-year financial and family mentoring program that Bankers Life has funded.
Fahn previously served as a U.S. Army Squad Leader. He was active during Operation Iraqi Freedom where he sustained injuries in 2005 and again in 2007.
The Militray Warriors Support Foundation was founded in 2007 by retired Lieutenant General Leroy Sisco. The program strives to find mortgage-free homes, facilitate employment opportunities, provide degree scholarships, provide mentoring services, financial literacy programs and recreational programs for wounded veterans.
“Bankers life is proud to give back to those who have served our nation as members of the military,” said Scott Perry, president of Bankers Life.
Originally published on LifeHealthPro.com