News Release

Bryan D. Carroll Named State Manager in North Florida

October 3, 2011

Bryan Carroll

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – Woodmen of the World/Omaha Woodmen Life Insurance Society has appointed Bryan D. Carroll of Tupelo, Miss., State Manager of the North Florida marketing area effective October 1, 2011.

Carroll began his career with Woodmen of the World as a Field Representative in October 1988.  As a Field Representative he was a member of the President’s Club for 3 years and was instrumental in the construction of a Woodmen Lodge Hall in Kingstree, S.C. and the reorganization of several other lodges.

In October 1993, he was appointed Area Manager in South Carolina and received Woodmen’s National Quality Management Award in 1995 and 1996.  Carroll also received the Top Area Manager Award for South Carolina from 1995 through 1998.  On January 1, 2000, he was appointed State Manager of North California, North Nevada, and the Northwest Territory.  On April 1, 2002, Carroll was appointed State Manager of North Mississippi. He has been a member of the Presidents’ Clubs for 19 years including 13 years as a member of the President’s Cabinet, two of those years attaining Superstar.

Carroll has served as President of three fraternal corporations; the North California/North Nevada Omaha Woodmen Camp, Inc., the Northwest Territory Omaha Woodmen Fraternal Corporation, Inc., and the North Mississippi Fraternal Association, Inc. Additionally, he served on the President’s and Field Manager’s Advisory Board during 2001 and recently was appointed as a member of the Field Work Committee. Carroll is a member of the National Association of Fraternal Insurance Counselors (NAFIC) and the General Agents and Managers Association (GAMA).

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