LI F E AND H EALTH I NS URANC E FO UNDATIO N F OR ED UC ATI ON
A NO N PR OFI T O R GA N IZAT I ON
It broke my heart to hear my
daughter Dorsey say she wished
her daddy was still here. But
thanks to his foresight, weíll still
have the things he worked for
Dorsey Hoskinsí father Bryan felt a
tingling in his arm. The diagnosis ó
an inoperable brain tumor. He died
six months later, at 33, leaving his
wife Dean alone to raise Dorsey and
her sister Hattie.
Fortunately, Bryan bought life
insurance when he got married, and
again when his daughters were born.
Dean invested the proceeds in her
own clothing store, which gives her
the flexibility to spend more time
with her children.
Are you prepared. Without life
insurance, your financial plan may
be just a savings and investment
program that dies when you do. An
insurance agent or other financial
professional can help you create a
plan that will continue to provide
for the ones you love.
To learn more call 1 888-LIFE-
777, or visit www.life-line.org.
LIFE INSURANCE ISNíT
FOR THE PEOPLE WHO DIE.
ITíS FOR THE PEOPLE