At a time when many agents would be long retired, Dan Heil still feels called to minster to the retirement income needs of his clients.
Dan spent the first 18 years of his career as a full-time pastor. Needing a break from ministry, he joined his brother in the life insurance business. Since then, he has returned to ministry while maintaining his insurance practice. Dan has served in ministry for well over 50 years and has worked in life insurance for the past 32 years.
He has combined these two passions by sharing financial concepts at insurance seminars and churches around the country.
Dan earns the respect from his clients because of his willingness to go the extra mile. He takes what he does seriously and considers it extremely rewarding. Bringing a sense of freedom and security to the lives of his clients truly adds joy to his life.
Dan is licensed by the Texas Department of Insurance and has non-resident licenses in several other states. He is a member of The Greater Amarillo Better Business Bureau and the National Ethics Bureau.
A lifelong Texas resident, Dan and his wife, Jerri, have been married 56 years. They have three daughters, eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren, and Dan says his entire family is “as tight as a fiddle string.”
Every day of life is a gift for Scott Brim. He has battled and defeated three bouts with cancer, twice for leukemia and once for lymphoma. In 1990, he was given the first bone marrow transplant from an unrelated donor performed in Texas.
This year marks the 14th consecutive year without having to undergo cancer treatments. During this time he has climbed a 14,000-foot mountain and ridden his mountain bike through the most difficult terrain in the country.
This experience motivates Scott to help clients in two ways. First, he wants to help people prepare for the potential curveballs life can throw their way. Second, he wants to help his clients have the means to live life to the fullest and accomplish their dreams.
Scott is licensed by the Texas Department of Insurance and is a member of the National Ethics Bureau.
He served for three years in the U.S. Army JAG Corps. Before entering the insurance business, he worked as both a private investigator and an electrician.
A lifelong resident of Amarillo, Scott and his wife, Ronda, have been married 21 years and have a daughter, Liberty, who is a Level 3 competitive cheerleader.