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Financial School Honors Rabjohns And Sievert

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The American College will be awarding its Huebner Gold Medal to Reginald Rabjohns and Frederick Sievert.

The medals will be presented during a ceremony in November, in Honolulu.

The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pa., offers classes and designation programs for insurance professionals. It set up the medal program, named after college founder Solomon Huebner, to recognize college supporters.

Rabjohns, managing partner at New England Financial, Boston, a unit of MetLife Inc., New York, qualified for the Million Dollar Round Table, Park Ridge, Ill., when he was 27. He served as president of the MDRT in 1999.

Rabjohns now serves on the executive committee and the board of the American College.

He is the only person to have served as president of the Chicago Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, the Chicago Society of Financial Service Professionals and the Chicago General Agents and Managers Association.

He holds the Chartered Life Underwriter and the Chartered Financial Consultant professional designations.

Rabjohns has completed five marathons and is an instrument-rated private pilot.

Sievert, who recently retired from the post of president of New York Life Insurance Company, New York, has been a member of the college board and of the board of its foundation.

He now is a graduate student at the divinity school at Yale University.