Peter C. Rhoden
I have a wonderful wife Cheryl, two adult children Todd and Tiffany and one granddaughter Lily who was born Sep. 29, 2011.
I had the band program at Viscount Alexander Jr. High and Pembina Crest Jr. High in North Fort Garry Winnipeg from Sep 1975 to Jan 1985 when I joined Confederation Life as an Insurance Agent. In 1994 I brought my office to my home and became an Insurance Broker with no ties to any single Insurance Company. I am now licensed in Manitoba and Ontario and have contracts with over 12 Insurance and Investment Companies. This enables me to obtain for my clients the right product for the right price.
- When Neil Armstrong and the rest of the crew of Apollo 11 piled atop that huge rocket packed full of fuel in 1969 they were under no illusions that it may have been the last thing they ever did. Unfortunately, neither was anyone who might have insured their lives, and helped provide security for the astronauts' families in case they didn't come home.Back then astronaut captains made about $17,000 a year, NPR reports and a life insurance policy for Neil Armstrong would have run about $50,000 a year, or more than $300,000 in 2012 dollars.
- Guinness Book of World Record officials say the $201 million life insurance policy purchased by a Silicon Valley billionaire is now the most valuable insurance policy. The billionaire purchased the policy to help his heirs avoid paying a 45 percent inheritance tax. and you thought you did not need insurance if you were rich.