Dan G. Sheehan, FICF, LUTCF is a Field Agent with the Niemeyer Agency serving Brother Knights and their families in Newton #1704, Sigel #11100 and Teutopolis #2874. In that role he educates, guides and advises members on all matters pertaining to their financial security. Dan places a high value on Faith, family and friends.
He and his wife Joann reside in Neoga, with one of their four children. "Brother Knights serving Brother Knights, where morals and ethics are still the shield that helps protect family, businesses, farms and retirement; this is what the Knights of Columbus is all about," said Dan. "My dream is to help Catholic families secure their dreams and financial future for generations to come. I hope to build a lifelong relationship with your family and become your shield for life."
Dan joined the Knights of Columbus as a Field Agent in September 2010. He graduated from Lakeland College's Business Management Department and continues his education today. He has earned the professional designations of Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) and Fraternal Insurance Counselor Fellow (FICF) through Kaplan University and Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow (LUTCF) through the American College.
Dan believes that his success as a Field Agent is rooted in his passion for helping others. In eight of his first ten years as an agent, Dan achieved membership in the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), an honor reserved for the top one percent of financial professionals in the world. Dan has qualified for the Company Premier Performers Award trip the last several years and has qualified for the Supreme Knight Club for two years.
An active member of the councils he serves, Dan puts the best interest of his Brother Knights first. When members work with Dan to manage their financial security, they experience knowledge, professionalism and a genuine concern for the welfare of K of C family.
Schedule an appointment with Dan today. You'll be glad you did.
Contact Dan at 217-994-6349
Serving Councils: 10366 Neoga - 11100 Sigel - 2874 Teutopolis -- 1704 Newton