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News Release


Stephen J. Quirk Joins FNA Insurance Services as
Assistant Vice President, Executive Benefits
Leading General Agency Committed To Growing in the Life, Disability and Long-Term Care Marketplace

New Hyde Park, NY, September 9, 2014: FNA Insurance Services (FNA), a leading employee benefits general insurance agency, is pleased to announce that Stephen J. Quirk has joined the organization as Assistant Vice President of Executive Benefits, responsible for overseeing the growth of Individual Life, Disability and Long Term Care products and services for FNA’s network of brokers.

Stephen joins the organization with extensive experience throughout his 30 years in insurance benefits, holding various roles in direct sales, broker recruitment coupled with full advisory support, as well as underwriting experience and contracting with insurance carriers.

Prior to joining FNA, Stephen was Director of Brokerage Operations at PGP (Professional Group Plans), where he instituted their life brokerage department. He has operated in both the general agency and insurance carrier fields, including positions at US Life, Guardian, Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. and Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance.

Stephen holds his Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) designation and is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP); earning both titles from the American College of Financial Services in Bryn Mawr, Pa.

FNA is a full service general agent and employee benefit consultant, currently providing a network of over 5,000 retail agents and brokers with comprehensive employer group insurance consulting, compliance, and billing/administrative services through their five affiliate divisions. Founded in 1974, FNA has 40 years of experience in assisting the Northeast broker community in analyzing their clients’ employee benefit needs and working with carriers to obtain the optimal health and specialty benefits plans available in the marketplace.

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