A mother holding back tears, a father who could only afford to take one week off work, a little boy who only got to see his mom a few hours a day, a newborn who had only been in the world five days, and a two-year-old girl fighting for her life.
No one understands the power of a cancer policy better than Jamie Fredrickson, who shared the story of her daughter’s leukemia diagnosis and how Colonial Life supported her and her family during the most difficult time in their lives.
There wasn’t a dry eye at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center when Fredrickson’s happy and healthy 7-year-old daughter Nora took the stage.
Colonial Life President and CEO Tim Arnold joined them and received a huge hug from Nora when he handed her a stuffed cat, which she named Cuddles.
Arnold reminded Colonial Life employees at the meeting that Fredrickson is one of the millions of America’s workers the company has pledged to protect.