TWFG Top 2014 Branches, Agents Honored

July 10, 2014

Texas-based The Woodlands Financial Group (TWFG) honored the top branch offices and agents from across the network of more than 300 insurance agencies affiliated under the TWFG Insurance Services umbrella with awards.

The Personal Lines Agent of the Year recognition went to Stephen Lovecchio of Mandeville, LA.; second and third place were awarded to Ricky Rogers and Anthony Voiron, respectively, both from Metairie, La.

Life Agent of the Year is Debi Moore of Quincy, Ill.

The Health Agent of the Year is Kathy Morrison of The Woodlands, Texas.

Rookie of the Year honors went to Brandon Richey of Beaumont, Texas

Several agents won Commercial Agent of the Year awards beginning with Brian Johnson of Humble, Texas in first place, Stephen Lovecchio of Mandeville, La. in second place, and Terry Cauthen of Port Arthur, Texas in third place.

Mark Bartlett of Fremont, Calif., was inducted into the President’s Club. Special recognition was also given to current members of the special incentive program for top producers. President’s Club members include Tony Voiron, Metairie, La.; Brian Johnson, Humble, Texas; Carlton Kon, Houston, Texas; Jenny Xu, Houston, Texas; Rick Rogers, Metairie, La.; Stephen Lovecchio, Mandeville, La.; and Kelly Lee, Lake Charles, La.

The TWFG Million Dollar Club membership grew by 16 additional agents in 2013-2014 with the inclusion of Conrad Dale Ratliff, Humber, Texas; Adrian Saman, Dallas, Texas; Kerry Landry, Gretna, La.; Roger Larson, Walnut Creek, Calif.; Buffy M. Doiron, Port Arthur, Texas; Noel Sanchez, San Mateo, Calif.; Vlada Denisova, Los Angeles, Ca.; Bobbie Gail Torres, Corpus Christi, Texas; Khan Insurance, Houston; Chad Gunal, Houston; Ann Moore, Huntsville, Texas; Randall A. Costa, Missouri City, Texas; J. R. Zamorano, Dallas; Joseph R. Vu, Houston; Nick Young, Carrollton, Texas; Rick and Jeanne Burridge, Dallas.

More than 40 existing President’s Club members were also in attendance and were recognized for their million-dollar production ranging from one to five consecutive years.

Source: TWFG