Torchmark Corporation held its annual college scholarship program for high school seniors in McKinney on Tuesday at McKinney Boyd High School.
Torchmark Chief Administrative Officer Vern Herbel presented four $1,000 scholarships to this year’s recipients: Acacia Maelynn Browne, Emily Anne Disney, Preston Rock Oberlender and Lauren Blakeley Preston.
The Torchmark Scholarship Committee selected students who reside in McKinney and met designated criteria. Scholarships were awarded to students based on overall financial need, motivation to succeed, academic achievements, community service, responsibility, dependability, trustworthiness, and tolerance of others as noted or illustrated in recommendations received.
Torchmark Corporation is a financial services holding company that, through its five wholly-owned subsidiaries, markets life and supplemental health insurance to middle-income Americans. The company markets these insurance products through various distribution channels, which include direct response and both exclusive agency and independent systems.
Torchmark companies include: American Income Life Insurance Company, Globe Life and Accident Insurance Company, Liberty National Life Insurance Company, United American Insurance Company and Family Heritage Life Insurance Company of America. Torchmark and its companies employ 2,755 at its McKinney office.
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