FORT WORTH, Texas — National Farm Life Insurance Company has named Robin Vigliotte to lead its overall underwriting strategy following the retirement of Linda Huens, who has diligently served NFLIC for 45 years.
An industry veteran, Vigliotte has more than 30 years of underwriting leadership experience.

“We’re very happy to have Robin as a member of the National Farm Life family,” said company president Kyle McGregor. “I knew she would fit our culture during her interview — impressive credentials aside — when she mentioned her desire to return to the traditional office environment and work directly with our agents.”

Her three decades of underwriting experience include working life insurance applications with face amounts of in excess of $10 million, risk evaluation of long-term care submissions, and working with multiple producers and distribution groups for the best outcomes in challenging cases.

“Robin’s energy and personality are infectious,” said NFLIC Senior Vice President Brad Coon.
“She is going to be a great addition to the team as we continue to increase opportunities for our agents and ensure peace of mind for our policy holders.”

She holds certifications from LOMA (life and health Underwriting) and the International Claims Association (anatomy and physiology; long-term care). She is a member of the Texas Association of Home Office Underwriters.

“I love the insurance industry,” she said, “and I enjoy building relationships with producers and their clients. My motto: Underwriting can be fun.”

Founded in 1946 in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards, NFLIC offers products through more than 1,300 independent agents. Whole life insurance is the cornerstone product of the company and is complemented by a suite of financial services marketed to families across Texas.