Liz Perry

Liz Perry

Liz Perry earned the nickname "Webster" at age 8 for correcting others' spelling. She leveraged that into a bachelor's in journalism and a master's in leadership, now used to make magic at WoodmenLife and opine at Spoiling three pound puppies and pretending to be a rock star round out her spontaneous, often messy, life.

Home Office Happenings

How Will You Commemorate 9/11?

by   |   August 29, 2016

This fall marks the 15th anniversary of the terrible events of Sept. 11, 2001. In the years following the tragedy, WoodmenLife chapters around the nation have held In Honor and Remembrance ceremonies to honor the thousands of…

Helping Communities

Could You be Saving More Money?

by   |   June 28, 2016

What if you could save on the things you do every day like buying groceries, going to the gym and shopping online? The WoodmenLife discount program, Life’s Perks, includes brands most people access, like Sam’s Club and…

Helping Communities

Turning the Tables on Tragedy

by   |   June 22, 2016

Debi Anderson of Jackson, TN, is a WoodmenLife member and wife of Regional Director Roger Anderson. But more than that, she is a mother who lost her 18-year-old daughter, Becky, to a drunk driving accident a week…

Protecting Families

Someone to Rely On

by   |   June 21, 2016

According to the Small Business Administration, more than 99% of America’s employers are small businesses (1-500 employees).

But for small business owners like Steve and Shar Stacy, attracting and keeping good employees can be tough. So when they…

Protecting Families

Large-Scale Giving Not Just for the Wealthy

by   |   April 21, 2016

Like many other families in his congregation, Pastor Wesley Pritchard represents four generations within the church. Pritchard’s father founded Fayetteville (NC) Community Church in 1972, and still preaches today at 81 years old.

Wesley Pritchard’s children grew up…

Stepping Up To Support South Carolina

Chapter Profiles

Stepping Up to Support South Carolina

by   |   April 8, 2016

After four days of heavy rain in South Carolina last October caused massive flooding and 17 deaths throughout the state, South Carolina Regional Director Don Molineu knew that his team needed to help.

“Roads were dropping 10 to…

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