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New Career After Years In Banking Arena, Beverly McLamb retires, then begins another career.

Selling insurance is something Beverly McLamb says she always wanted to do. Now, she has that opportunity.

After 22 years of service in the banking field, Mrs. McLamb has retired, yet has begun a new career - this time as an insurance agent with Montgomery Insurance Services Inc. Her office is located at Triangle South Enterprise Center, 600 S. Magnolia Ave., Suite 107 A. Mrs. McLamb finds her office setting pleasing and attributes Triangle South Director Nancy Blackman with helping her find suitable office space for her new business.

"This is a good place to start," Mrs. McLamb said of Triangle South. She began her work as an insurance agent in July.

"This is a fantastic offer. You have low rent, not a lot of overhead when just getting started in your business," she said. Mrs. Mclamb's background as a relationship banker and working with annuities, she said, has set her in the right position as an insurance agent.

"I kept my insurance license up to date while working at the bank. I am licensed in commercial, property, casualty, long term and supplemental insurance," she said.

Right now, she is working part-time - Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the office and other times by appointment only. Mrs. McLamb will make an appointment for you at her office, however she also goes out in the field to meet with clients.

There is also something unique about Mrs. McLamb's new career - she is working under the tutelage of her nephew - Bill Hudson, owner of Montgomery Insurance Services Inc., who lives in Lake Tillery. The office headquarters is located at Biscoe and Mr. Hudson has five other offices in different counties, she said. Mr. Hudson said he's been in the insurance business since 1974 and said his parents are from Dunn.

"He's my nephew and boss," Mrs. Mclamb explained. Mr. Hudson is nephew of Mrs. McLamb's husband, Shelton.

"She has people skills, knows everybody in Dunn and this is a natural match for her," Mr. Hudson said.

Mrs. McLamb said her plans are to continue at the Triangle South location and said she has the option to stay in that office location for at least five years.

By BRENDA BUCHANON /News Editor, The Daily Record, 11/26/2009, Pg B01

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