A Passion for Service

Category: "Inspire" Stories

Date: January 19, 2022

Having a servant’s heart is so important in the insurance industry, but some people take it to the next level. Frank Eufemia is the man behind Maryland Life Insurance Services. Through his work, Frank has only heightened his leadership skills and his desire to serve others.

 At the office, Frank is a dedicated boss who works closely with his Agents. After hours, the mentorship doesn’t stop. Frank has coached youth football in the Baltimore area for over a decade. He views coaching as a real opportunity to become a positive role model. And yet, his passion for helping goes beyond regional borders.

The entire Eufemia family has also made service a part of their lives by working with an orphanage in Honduras. They have personally financed a computer lab for the orphanage and helped build a second story so the children can use it as a school. Frank and several family members have also taken trips to the orphanage to serve in person.

We are so grateful for Frank and his passion for service. It’s an example for the entire Integrity family to follow.

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