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Security National Life Announces New Area Sales Managers

SALT LAKE CITY – Security National Life has announced that Ed Bush has been hired as the area sales manager for the Southern California area and Jon Shults has been hired as the area sales manager for the Southern Indiana area, according to a company news release.

Bush has been a licensed insurance agent for over 30 years and spent 25 years in full-time ministry working with small churches in Georgia and California. He worked for a corporate funeral service company as a sales manager, market sales manager and facilitator/trainer in the national sales manager development program for that company. He has recruited and trained hundreds of sales advisers and managers in his career and traveled to over 25 states, Canada, Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and Australia coaching, training and mentoring those who serve others as advisers, managers and ministers.

He is is an alumnus of Harding University, Johnson Bible College and the University of Georgia. He and his wife Lynn reside in Lake Forest, California, where he serves as an elder with his church and on the board of nonprofit organizations in the United States and Baja, Mexico.

Shults, a Texas native and former stuntman in television and motion pictures, entered the funeral and cemetery business in 1988. Since then, he has worked for both corporate and private funeral homes across the United States in roles from producer to managing large sales groups.

He has also been a speaker at International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association, National Funeral Directors Association and various state funeral director conventions. Married to his wife, Kristi, for 31 years, they have two children. He is also a 32nd degree Mason and became a Shriner in 2003.

Security National Life Insurance Co. is a market leader in preneed insurance products and services. For more information, visit

Posted Jan. 18, 2017


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