This year the Summer Session of the NASBP Surety School took place July 30-August 4th in Dallas, TX. Throughout the week, 22 surety professionals guided over 100 students from across the U.S., U.S. Territories, Canada, and China through a rigorous and engaging educational program.
In addition to diving deep into an immense amount of content the school also fosters strong bonds between students and faculty alike. At every NASBP School the students, bound together by this immersive experience, identify the student whom they consider to be the Most Outstanding Pupil (MOP) to receive a memento signed by all the students and faculty in their class. Receiving the coveted football in Level I was Kenneth Marion Link, III of Tucker Agency, Ltd. Level II students selected Mathew Manol of Trisura Guarantee Insurance Company to receive the football. Level III selected Andrew Grey of Odyssey Reinsurance Company to receive the signed hard hat.
Level I Football
Level I Most Outstanding Pupil Kenneth Marion Link, III of Tucker Agency, Ltd. with (from left) Level I faculty Nick Newton, Erle Benton, faculty member and Professional Development Committee Chair Dedi Belis, NASBP President Howard Cowan, and Level I faculty Donnie D. Doan.
Level II Football
Level II Most Outstanding Pupil Mathew Manol of Trisura Guarantee Insurance Company with (from left) Level II faculty Tom Padilla, Larry McMahon, faculty member and Professional Development Committee Chair Dedi Belis, Susan Hecker, and faculty member Matt Cashion.
Level III Football
Level III Most Outstanding Pupil Andrew Grey of Odyssey Reinsurance Company with (from left) Level III faculty Matt Cashion, NASBP Professional Development Committee Chair Dedi Belis, Level III faculty Ted Martinez, Greg Morin, Larry McMahon, Don Appleby, Susan Hecker, Erle Benton and Steve Cory.
NASBP would also like to thank the outstanding team of NASBP Members and Affiliates who served as faculty for this session of the Summer Surety School, dedicating their time and expertise once again to give back to the industry by elevating and inspiring, the next generation of bond producers and underwriters and the surety industry as a whole. NASBP would also like to give special recognition to Level II faculty member Ed Heine of PayneWest Insurance, Inc. who was presented with a crystal apple for serving 15 years as a member of the NASBP Surety School faculty.
NASBP Professional Development Committee Chair Dedi Belis presented Ed Heine with a crystal apple for 15 years of service as a faculty member.
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