Over 4, 500 township officers are covered by the Township Group Life Program, a life insurance plan endorsed by the Minnesota Association of Townships and administered by MBA. This program has proven itself by providing benefits to the families of hundreds of deceased township officers. Truly, it is achieving its purpose of providing meaningful financial support at a critical time.
With four affordable Township Group Life plans available, there should be a plan that fulfills the needs of every township board and their families. Coverage is guaranteed under these plans. Thus, officers who otherwise are uninsurable for health reasons will gain peace of mind knowing the Township Group Life death benefit will help their families pay final expenses. You will be given the opportunity to continue your coverage, at the same premium, when you retire from township service.
No questions, no exams, no hassles – your township needs only to enroll!
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Enrolling is easy! Simply complete the fours steps listed below to enroll.
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If you have any questions or would like more information regarding the Township Group Life Insurance Program, please contact Minnesota Benefit Association:
“…so many decisions to make alone. At the time the township took out this group policy, I thought Lloyd would be old when he died. But little did I know he would be only 65 years old and board chairman when he died. I am still living on the farm so the money came in very handy. This was a nice ‘thank you’ for all the years Lloyd spent as a township officer.”
-Janice Noreen, Bray Township, Pennington County.
“My husband was a township officer for a second time at the time of his death. He served 15 years as Treasurer. He enjoyed being an officer; the three past years were a learning experience. I was not aware of this township group life program…it was very welcoming to our family at such a tragic time. I really think this program should be issued in every township in the state. We are very thankful to Adams Township for having this program.”
-Barbara Gilgenbach, Adams Township, Mower Courty