'Gentlemen and Mary.'

Jones, Chuck
September 2000
Advisor Today;Sep2000, Vol. 95 Issue 9, p124
Trade Publication
Features Mary Fort, an 81-year old independent insurance agent in Silver Spring, Maryland. Reason she entered the insurance business in 1942; Views of Fort on the changes in the way insurance policies are sold; Concerns of Fort over employment trends in the insurance industry.


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