Platinum Careers: Customer Stories

Platinum provides peace of mind for its customers during difficult times.

Coverage That Makes Economic Sense For Our Family

Denise and Clinton Rowen, of Worth County, Missouri, wanted healthcare coverage that made economical sense for their family. Denise works as a marketer, while Clinton is a farmer, and together they have three children. With a young and busy family, Clinton and Denise Rowen opted to make a supplemental health insurance policy marketed by Platinum […]

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Insurance to Help You Navigate Through Life’s Unexpected Moments

When Stacy and Kristi Decker of Beadle County, South Dakota, chose to purchase a Platinum-marketed supplemental insurance policy, they expected it to be beneficial in case of a childhood accident or injury—a near certainty many young families plan for. They didn’t expect they would have to use it for a cancer diagnosis in the family. […]

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Supplemental Health Policy Brings Confidence to Young Parents

Adam and Heather Anderson are like any young family—they’re active and constantly on the go with their three kids, ages 16, five and two. When it came time to evaluate their family’s healthcare plan, they opted to include supplemental health insurance coverage as a way to offset out-of-pocket costs not covered by their major medical […]

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Peace of Mind from Diagnosis to Recovery

When a Platinum Supplemental Insurance sales representative stopped by her family’s Nebraska farm, Lila immediately saw the value in the supplemental health insurance products Platinum markets. With a family history of cancer, she knew she wanted to make a Platinum-marketed policy part of her family’s healthcare plan. She also recognized the potential of the Platinum […]

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Insurance for Whatever Life
Throws at You

The Thelander Family An annual checkup became a life-changing diagnosis for Denise Thelander when her doctor felt a lump on her thyroid that Denise was unaware of. After a biopsy yielded unclear results, surgery provided a definite answer—it was cancer, and it had spread. “I had a pretty positive prognosis,” Denise said. “It had spread […]

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A Close Call

The Bauer Family Like many homeowners, Casey and Megan Bauer heat their Cresco, Iowa, home with a wood-burning stove. On Aug. 22, 2015, Casey, along with his dad and brother, were preparing for winter by cutting down trees to split for firewood. That day, Casey experienced a very close call. After losing his footing, the […]

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A Safety Net

The Miller Family “It was a Tuesday. I remember that because I work at 11 a.m. on Tuesdays, and we had spent the morning picking up the living room. She was totally normal—crawling around, laughing, playing,” said Laura Miller. But for Laura, her 7-month-old daughter Karlee, husband Jeremy and the rest of the Miller family, […]

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How Do You Spell Relief? P-L-A-T-I-N-U-M

The Beckman Family Arlen Beckman of Cedar Falls, Iowa, is a devoted husband, father of three and grandfather to seven. Now retired, Arlen still works occasional shifts as an independent contractor for the shipping business he started, now run by his son. Family is everything to Arlen. And, now that he is retired (well, semi-retired), […]

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Insurance That Pays When We Need It

The Von Donkelaar Fmaily For Dave and Margaret Van Donkelaar, living on a rural acreage in Morris, Iowa, provides them with enough space to achieve two life dreams: continue their family tradition of working in agriculture and watch their four very active children playfully spread out and stretch their legs. While Dave works full-time as […]

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More Than Just Accident Care

The Bucholz Family When a representative from Platinum Supplemental Insurance stopped by the Bucholz farm in Waverly, Iowa, Deatra Bucholz never imagined that her Platinum experience would exist beyond the first appointment. But, after an enjoyable visit with their Platinum sales representative, Deatra and her husband Troy decided to purchase a supplemental health insurance policy […]

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