Twenty-Ninth Annual Statement, December 31, 1934, Southeastern Life Insurance CO., Greenville, South Carolina. Organized 1905. Includes listings of Officers and Board of Directors.
This year marks the completion of the third and the beginning of the fourth decade of the Company's history. Today the Southeastern is operating in ten states of the southeast. The greater part of the Company's business consists of standard forms of policies which meet the popular demand. In addition, special policies are offered to serve particular needs, notably these plans: Preferred Life, Modified Life, Insurance Annuities, Elective Benefits, Educational Endowments. All policies of the Southeastern are on the old line, legal reserve basis.
Names in this online transcription include Cochran, Earle, Erwin, Fewell, Furman, Gallivan, Geer, Gilfillin, Goldsmith, Gonzales, Haynsworth, Hipp, Houston, Huguenin, Hunt, Mason, McLeod, Mills, Nixon, Norris, Norwood, Patton, Potterr, Rush, Sirrine, Smith, Southern, Symmes, Woolery.
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