Victor Muro Inducted Into National Life Hall of Fame

General Agent Victor Muro was inducted into the National Life Agent Hall of Fame.

Muro, who is one of the General Agents of National Life Group’s agency that covers New York City, New Jersey, California and Florida, was presented with a special jacket symbolizing his inclusion in the exclusive group at the company’s annual President’s Club meeting in Naples, Florida.

“Victor is just the 15th inductee into our Hall of Fame in the 168-year history of National Life,” said Pam Blalock, National Life’s Senior Vice President, Career Distribution. “We’re excited to honor him and formally recognize him for his contributions to our industry and our company.”

The National Life Hall of Fame recognizes both General Agents and Agents who have demonstrated exemplary leadership in our industry, at our company and in their communities.

Inductees to the Hall of Fame are determined by National Life’s senior management and extensive nomination criteria that include excellence in recruiting, production, leadership, marketing, and community engagement. Muro has received numerous President’s and Chairman’s awards for leading National Life’s top career agency. In addition, for many years he has been the recipient of the Best in Class award from GAMA, which promotes leadership in insurance and financial services.

Muro joined National Life in August 2009. He has more than 25 years of experience in the industry. He holds a number professional designations and earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business and finance from St. John’s University.

Muro and his wife, Annemarie, live in Staten Island with their children, Vic Jr., Christopher and Nicolette.

In addition to his professional work, Muro is active as a volunteer. He works with…

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