Charles B. Cooper, CLU, FLMI - Background Summary
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Life Insurance Management - 34 years
 
Interim COO, Financial Industries Group
2004
 
President and CEO, American Amicable Group
2000-2002
 
President and COO, American Income Life
1975-1999
 
EVP and COO, Georgia International Life
1973-1975
 
Counsel and Asst to CEO, Capital Holding Corp
1970-1973
 
VP and Asst to CEO, Commonwealth Life
1970-1973
 
Legal Practice - 8 years
 
Asst Secretary and Asst General Counsel, Koppers Company
1966-1970
 
Attorney, Howe Davis Riese & Jones
1964-1966
 
Law Clerk, Washington State Supreme Court
1963-1964
 
Professional and Service Activities
 
Director and Chairman, Audit Committee, Action Industries
1976-1989
 
Director, United Way of Waco, Texas, 1978 - 1984; Chairman,
1981
 
Director, Life Office Management Association
1992
 
Chairman, LOMA Education Council
1992
 
Consulting Projects
 
FIC Corp, Family Life and Investors Life, turnaround situation
2003-2004
 
Colorado Bankers Life, Product analysis, critical illness & return of premium
2002
 
Torchmark Corp, all affiliates, head Year 2000 Conversion
1997-1999
 
Waddell Reed, Analysis of Advanced Client Server System
1996
 
United American Life, create PC policy loan subsystem
1995
 
Employers Casualty Company, Due Diligence for purchase
1993
 
Firemanís Fund Life, Operations Audit
1984
 
National Trust Life, Operations Audit
1973
 
Home Life, LA Funeral Home Chain Study
1972
 
Education
 
J.D., University of Washington School of Law
1963
 
---Law Review, Order of the Coif
 
B.A. Economics, University of Washington
1960
 
---Minor in Industrial Engineering
 
National Merit Scholar

1956

 

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