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Herman Freeman

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October 12, 2013
In his personal life, his family life, and his professional business life, Herman Freeman was a GIANT among men. He gave me my first job at age 12, putting State Farm insurance fliers on windshields in a local shopping center parking lot at a penny a piece, and some 55 years later at age 67 I'm still with State Farm. Herman did not just "go to Church." His life exuded his Christian principals. Some people cut moral and ethical corners to become successful. Not so with Herman Freeman. He became one of the top and most admired State Farm Agents in the entire United States, and he did it "the right way," morally, professionally, and ethically. From time to time in my career, when I was unsure how to handle a particular problem or sensitive issue, I've caught myself thinking, "How would Herman handle that?" Mary, Ann, & Deb: Dad always told us that Herman was his favorite agent. They had a special relationship - but Herman was my mentor and my hero. We'll all miss him so much.
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