TWIN FALLS — The Southern Idaho Association of Health Underwriters (SIAHU), an organization of health insurance agents, brokers and professionals, has installed its 2017-2018 board.
Guy Stubbs was installed as SIAHU president. “I am a Jerome native who has returned to the area after living in Boise for 17 years. Graduating in ‘91 from Montana State University, Billings with a degree in education, I put my degree to work teaching and coaching. Having worked in education industry where I have taken care of people’s most valuable possession, I feel that experience has prepared me for assisting groups, families and individuals in finding insurance and financial products that best fits their needs. I am a LILI graduate and I am also a registered representative with Capital Financial Services.”
“Local agents and brokers serve as a source of truth about healthcare coverage that links the needs of citizens, business and policymakers to create a healthy, more fiscally responsible American healthcare system,” Stubbs said.
The 2017-2018 Board:
President, Guy Stubbs, Hall and Associates, Jerome, Idaho
President Elect, Colby Fiala, Magic Valley Insurance, Filer, Idaho
Past President, Chelsea Lyda, Health Plan Partners, Twin Falls, Idaho
Secretary, Rhonda Bartholomew, Hub International, Jerome Idaho
Treasurer, David Wilcox, Magic Valley Insurance, Twin Falls, Idaho
Legislative, Chelsea Lyda, Health Plan Partners, Twin Falls, Idaho
Media Relations, Alma Tyree, Hub International, Twin Falls, Idaho
Awards Chair, Sue Stokesberry, Hub International, Twin Falls, Idaho
Communications, Steve Moore, Blue Cross of Idaho, Twin Falls, Idaho
HUPAC, Brett Thomas, Magic Valley Insurance, Twin Falls, Idaho
Membership/Retention, Ryan Heider, Magic Valley Insurance, Twin Falls, Idaho
Professional Development, Steve Moore, Blue Cross of Idaho, Twin Falls, Idaho
The National Association of Health Underwriters represents more than 100,000 professional health insurance agents and brokers who provide insurance for millions of Americans. NAHU is headquartered in Washington, DC. For more information, visit our web site at www.nahu.org.