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Founders Federal Credit Union has added a new division offering insurance services to its members.
The new division - officially named Founders Insurance Services - brings three new employees to the credit union - Scott Blackmon, Michael Faile and Mark Blackmon.
"We are truly excited to have this opportunity to better serve all of our members' financial needs," said Bruce Brumfield, president and CEO of Founders Federal Credit Union.
"Our ability to provide affordable insurance products through major carriers will allow our members to have the best protection at the lowest price, giving them peace of mind."
Founders Insurance Services offers life, accidental death and health insurance through KMG America and many quality carriers, such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of South Carolina and Mutual of Omaha.
"We are fortunate to be able to continue and build upon our longstanding relationship with KMG America," Brumfield said. "KMG America is one of the many insurance carriers through which we offer products, and they will continue to serve those individuals they have served for many years."
Founders members can set up a free appointment with the insurance services team to assess their insurance needs and select the coverage that best fits their individual needs.
Founders Insurance Services team
Senior agent Scott Blackmon joins Founders with over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry. He earned associate degrees in business and commercial science with an emphasis in accounting. He is a board member of the Lancaster High School Booster Club. Scott and his wife, Robyn, have two children.
Agent Michael Faile joins Founders with more than eight years of experience in the insurance industry. He earned an associate's degree in accounting and business management from York Technical College. He is a board member of Dixie Youth Baseball. Faile and his wife, Julie, have three children.
Agent Mark Blackmon joins Founders with more than 12 years of experience in the insurance industry. He earned a bachelor's degree from Newberry College. Mark and his wife, Susan, have three children.
All three of the new agents are members of the Life Underwriters Training Council. They are all members of Second Baptist Church and all live in Lancaster.
Founders Federal Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in the nation, was founded in 1950 in Fort Mill to provide financial services to the employees of Springs Industries Inc.
Founders now serves more than 164,000 members with 23 offices and three service centers in the Carolinas. The credit union has more than $1.35 billion in assets.