Woman's Life Insurance Society to Merge with Trusted Fraternal Life

April 17, 2024

Woman’s Life Insurance Society is the first fraternal to announce its intent to join Trusted Fraternal Life and help build a family of brands.

Woman's Life's intention to join Trusted Fraternal Life marks a pivotal moment in achieving our vision to be the innovative leader in fraternal partnerships and consolidation. 

Fraternal organizations that join the Trusted Fraternal Life family of brands will maintain the essence of their brand identity while achieving economies of scale, pursue growth opportunities in different markets, and make an even greater community impact.

Trusted Fraternal Life is excited for the future—to build on the historical strength and values of Woman’s Life, Catholic Financial Life, and Degree of Honor—three distinct and relevant brands in the Trusted Fraternal Life family.

Both fraternal life insurance organizations are working toward a July 1, 2024, effective date, pending regulatory approval.

Read the merger agreement 

For more information, please see the Frequently Asked Questions below by clicking the orange plus signs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Woman's Life?

Woman’s Life Insurance Society is headquartered in Port Huron, MI and was founded by a woman named Bina West who made a bold decision in 1892 to build a brand-new fraternal benefit society specifically for women—an idea few companies would even consider at the time—to help women build financial security for themselves and their families and support community outreach.

Why is Woman's Life merging with Trusted Fraternal Life?
How does this merger benefit Trusted Fraternal Life?
What is Trusted Fraternal Life and why was it created?
What is the size of Woman's Life and Trusted Fraternal Life?
How are Woman's Life, Catholic Financial Life and Degree of Honor connected to Trusted Fraternal Life?
What is a family of brands?

Email info@cfl.org if you have any questions.

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