Fraternalist of the Year

Deadline is June 1, 2018

The Fraternalist of the Year Award is an honor presented by Assured Life Association to recognize an individual within the society who, through example and accomplishment, provided outstanding volunteer service to his or her chapter, society and community during the past year.  Although past activities such as serving as a chapter officer for many years or contributing to a particular event year in-year out are important, information listed on the nomination form should focus on activities for the past calendar year. Once a selection is made the Fraternal Department will obtain additional background information to include in the biography of the recipient.

Assured Life Association will open nominations for the 2018 Fraternalist of the Year Program after December 31, 2017. Members interested in nominating someone from their local chapter can do so by submitting the official nomination form or by simply submitting a name by email or by completing the short nomination form below. You may nominate more than one individual from your chapter if it is difficult to single out just one person.

Mail entries to:

Jerry Christensen
Assured Life Association
PO Box 3169
Englewood, CO 80155

Fraternalist of the Year Guidelines

Fraternalist of the Year Nomination Form

If you don't want to take the time to complete the official nomination form, simply submit a name using the short online nomination form below. 


Fraternalist of the Year Online Nomination Form

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