Mark Schreier has served on the National Board of Directors of WoodmenLife since 2008. A native of Verdigre, NE, Schreier started his career with WoodmenLife in 1977 in the Actuarial Department. He was named Actuarial Assistant in 1981, and in 1985 was promoted to Assistant Actuary. Schreier was appointed an Assistant Vice President in 1988 and Associate Actuary in August 1990. In 1994, he was named Actuary. In 2000, he was appointed Vice President, Chief Actuary and Actuarial and Accounting Division Manager; in 2008, he was named Executive Vice President, Finance and Treasurer. Upon his retirement from WoodmenLife after a 36-year career in 2013, Schreier was re-elected as a National Director.
Schreier has been active in the AFA (formerly the NFCA) Actuaries Section since the early 1980s, holwding all officer chairs and finishing as President in 1989. Schreier was named the recipient of the 16th annual Luther College Jacobson-Rugland Award at the 122nd annual conference of the National Fraternal Congress of America (NFCA). He has been a member of the Nebraska Actuaries Club since the late 1970s and served as President from 2005 to 2006.
Schreier joined Alpha Chapter 16 in 1977 and held all offices culminating in President in 1982. Other fraternal endeavors in which he is active include Paint-A-Thon and JOIN HANDS DAY. He was a volunteer in the Boy Scouts and has helped coach basketball and baseball for various organizations.
Schreier and his wife, Diana, have two sons: John and wife, Samantha; and Michael, and one grandson, Leo.
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