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American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters (Front
Annual Conferment Dinner
Friday, October 16, 1964
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June 1964 C.L.U. Graduates
Becker, John Lewis
Dunn, Harry S.
Dyni, Robert C.
Flynn, Dennis J.
Galvin, Martin E.
Gibson, James E.
Grace, Thomas M.
Greenblatt, Harold B.
Hock, David A.
Jacobites, Bernard W.
McGill, Harold E.
Perry, Howard E., Jr.
Powers, William M.
Schoenberg, Lester L.
Smith, William T.
Titus, James William
Wilson, William H.
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COCKTAILS....6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m......Library
DINNER............7:15 p.m........................Games Room
C.L.U. DIPLOMA PRESENTATION.....President Arthur Watts
CONFERMENT ADDRESS....................Dean Herbert C. Graebner
DANCING.........9:00 p.m. - 12................Games Room
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THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITERS is a national body
of life insurance men and women whose membership is limited to those in
the life underwriting field who have passed all the examinations of the
American College of Life Underwriters and have met the other rigid
professional requirements necessary for qualification in the United
States as a Chartered Life Underwriter. Such underwriters are
distinguished by, and are privileged to use after their names, the
professional designation Chartered Life Underwriter (C.L.U.). They have
also assumed the C.L.U. pledge:
"In all my relations with clients I agree to observe the following rule
of professional conduct: I shall, in the light of all the circumstances
surrounding my client, which I shall make every conscientious effort to
ascertain and to understand, give him that services which, had I been in
the same circumstances, I would have applied to myself."
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