Heroes and Life Insurance

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Heroes and Life Insurance

Gino Bartali was an Italian cyclist. Winning the Giro d’Italia in 1936 and 1937 and the prestigious Tour de France in 1938, Gino went on to win two more titles after the War, the Giro d’Italia in 1946 and the Tour de France in 1948.

But it wasn’t for any of these races that Gino became a hero, it was for his work in the Underground.

Under the guise of training, Gino carried papers all across Italy. These papers, meant to save the lives of Jews, would have meant death for Gino if they had been discovered. Gino was a true hero. 

We have delivered seventeen death benefits to the families of true heroes. It doesn’t matter their profession, affluence, or education, those who have a plan to provide for those they leave behind are true heroes.

Resource: How to Build Sustainable Wealth