Keith Brown, co-founder of Prime Building Components, joins National Farm Life Insurance board.
Special to Beneath the Surface News
FORT WORTH, Texas — National Farm Life Insurance Co. has appointed Keith Brown and Samuel “Rusty” Haile Jr. to its board of directors.
Brown is founder and co-owner of Prime Building Components, a pre-engineered metal building and fabrication business based in Dublin with a national reputation for designing and engineering state-of-the-art dairies and large commercial facilities.
Haile is senior vice president for the West Sales Division of Acme Brick Co. headquartered in Fort Worth.
The new directors will work with NFLIC’s current board members to drive profitable, disciplined growth while maintaining the company’s longstanding commitment to service, integrity, loyalty and security.
“Keith and Rusty are a perfect fit for NFLIC,” said company President Kyle McGregor. “Their bottom-line financial and marketing acumen will provide invaluable insight as they work with current board members to ensure peace of mind for policyholders and growth opportunities for agents.”
Board Chairman J.D. “Chip” Davis said, “It’s gratifying to have such high-caliber talent like Keith and Rusty. They bring significant experience, and we are grateful for their willingness to join what we believe is one of the best life insurance and financial services companies in the nation.”
In addition to Prime Building Components, Brown is founder and co-owner of two real estate holding companies, AKB and KSB Prime Investments; P KSEP, an aviation company; and Indian Mountain Ranch.
He is a member of the Executive Affiliate American Society of Agricultural Engineers and lifetime member of Dairy Shrine.
“NFLIC is built on a strong foundation of enhancing lives and communities,” Brown said. “I am thrilled to work with the entire National Farm Life family to continue our storied legacy.”