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Allstate Mortgage

1236 SW 89 St Oklahoma City, OK 73139

Do Not Work For This Man!

Brian Seiferlein, formerly of First Mountain Mortgage, and currently of Allstate Insurance, leaves a hilarious message for someone firing them ...

The Notes: Philanthropy, March 13-19

Dan Shaw donated $5,000 to SAFE House, which offers emergency shelter for those seeking refuge from interpersonal violence/domestic violence, and other emergency services and resources. Shaw is the principal owner of Rustler Investments and currently serves on the Clark County Planning Commission.

Tronox donated $1,500 for the purchase of software and supplies for Gordon McCaw Elementary’s robotics program. Tronox also donated $1,500 to the Robert Taylor Elementary Robotics Club and $5,000 to the Basic Academy of International Studies robotics team.

U.S. Army Cpl. Christopher Hudson received the keys to a newly renovated home that was donated mortgage-free by the Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals in partnership with the Nevada Housing Division. Hudson, who was injured during his active service, enlisted in 1996 and was honorably discharged in 2005. He now helps veterans as an outreach program specialist for the Las Vegas Veteran Center.

WTT Smash Hits presented by Citi raised more than $600,000 through a celebrity tennis event and auction for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.





Stephen M. Keener, 27, of 48 S. Maryland Ave., Youngstown, and Rachel L. Battle, 28, of same.

Eric Gordon, 57, of 76 N. Forest Ave., Youngstown, and Stefonia R. Rivers, 45, of 80 N. Forest Ave., Youngstown.

Kenneth E. Lawson, 32, of 10118 Duck Creek Road, Salem, and Kristi L. Swiger, 31, of same.

George D. Rusu Jr., 26, of 268 Sexton St., Struthers, and Taralyn G. Grice, 23, of same.

Mark A. Bryant Jr., 31, of 420 Stewart Ave., Grove City, Pa., and Cassandra N. Jaillet, 28, of same.


Marcin Stachowicz, of 56 Woodrow, Boardman, and Kimberly Stachowicz, of 7520 E. Parkside Drive, Boardman.

Nicole R. Kozma, of 11315 Mahoning Ave., North Jackson, and Craig M. Kozma, of 2180 Milton Newton Road, Newton Falls.


Pamela B. Buckner, of 1342 Raspberry Lane, Mineral Ridge, v. Kenneth W. Buckner, c/o 1717 W. Hampton Drive, Youngstown.

Vicki M. Hicks, of 917 Brentwood Ave., Youngstown, v. Rodney L. Hicks, of 135 W. Glenaven Ave., Youngstown.

How do insurance agents make money?

Just wondering....Im starting a new job for ALLSTATE, and also as a mortgage broker!
I know how the mortgage part of it works, but how do insurance agents get paid?
How much should you expect?

Insurance agents are compensated by a percentage of the premiums they write with the company. Depending upon the type of insurance that percentage can be anywhere between 7 and 20%. You won't be making a living on 10 clients.

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