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Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 59, Number 11 (March 1958)

Sidelines,   pp. 8-9


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What is this company's role
in the progress of a man's career?
  From the start David Hunting had his sights set on a management career.
As he puts it: "The big thing which led me to choose the insurance business
and New England Life was the good prospect of an early opportunity in man-
agement. And there were no barriers to keep a man from progressing rapidly."
  Dave did progress rapidly. After four years of experience in the field
and
home office, he felt he was ready for management responsibilities. New
England Life did, too. In 1952 we put him in charge of a new agency in
Philadelphia.
  Dave now had his own business - without needing to raise capital. He
had strong financial and administrative support. At the same time, he was
free to make his own decisions and employ his own ideas.
In five years Dave has led his agency to a position among the top third of
men he personally selected and trained. (His 16 associates average about
$10,000 yearly income.) Dave's organization chart, above, shows the extent
of his present operation.
  New England Life's role in furthering a career is then essentially this:
to
provide latitude for individual expression in an atmosphere of full company
support. And this holds true whether a man chooses a management career or
prefers to develop a clientele of his own.
  If career opportunities of this sort appeal to you, write for more informa-
tion to Vice President L. M. Huppeler, 501 Boylston St., Boston 17, Mass.
A BETTER LIFE FOR YOU
No wonder he points with pride to his organization
chart. In five years David Hunting (Amherst '46;
MBA Harvard Business '48) has led his agency to a
place among the top third of all New England Life
agencies.
   NEW ENGLAND
                LIOSTON MASSACHUSEIT
THE COMPANYTHAT FOUNDED MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE IN AMERICA- 1835
These University of Wisconsin men are New England Life representatives:
Henry E. Shiels, '04, Chicago          Godfrey L. Morton, '29, Milwaukee
     Kenneth N. Wedin, '46, Minneapolis
George F. Mayer, '12, Milwaukee             Martin B. Lehman, CLU, '35, Kansas
City     Calbert L. Dings, '48, Charlotte
Alfred C. Goessling, '23, Janesville   John C. Zimdars, '39, Madison    
     David H. Massey, '57, Chicago
Hugo C. Bachhuber, '26, Mayville-
                Ask one of these competent men to tell you about the advantages
of insuring in the New England Life.
Wisconsin Alumnus, March, 1958
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