Insurance Professionals Recognized Among Tennessee’s Top Long-Term Care Insurance Sales Professionals

Monday, September 30, 2013
Gail Lindsey
Gail Lindsey

Gail Lindsey, long-term care planning specialist of the Lindsey & Associates agency is recognized nationally as a leading long-term care insurance professional in Tennessee. 
 
The Chattanooga professional was recognized by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, the national trade organization, as the recipient of the industry's 2013 Achievement Award.  
 
"There are currently 40,000 insurance and financial professionals who market long-term care insurance," said Jesse Slome, the association's executive director. "To be recognized among the leading professionals within a state is certainly an important distinction." 

The annual award recognizes leading long-term care insurance sales professionals working to meet the needs of consumers nationwide.  Lindsey was recognized for her sales of long-term care insurance protection to individual consumers.

With more than 17 years experience, Ms. Lindsey has been successfully meeting the needs of individuals and small business owners in Chattanooga and the surrounding areas.  "The hard work and dedication of professionals like Gail have helped to make the Lindsey & Associates agency an industry leader," said Jesse Slome, AALTCI director.  "This award is representative of her ability to provide valuable advice, expertise and support.'

Ann Williams, long-term care planning specialist for the Mid-South Office of Genworth Financial, is also recognized nationally as a leading long-term care insurance professional in Tennessee. 
 
The Winchester professional was recognized by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, the national trade organization, as the recipient of the industry's 2013 Achievement Award.  

With more than 14 years experience, Ms. Williams has been successfully meeting the needs of individuals and small business owners in Winchester and the surrounding areas.  "The hard work and dedication of professionals like Ann have helped to make the Mid-South agency an industry leader," said Jesse Slome, AALTCI director. "This award is representative of her ability to provide valuable advice, expertise and support."

Ann Williams
Ann Williams

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