Tag: george stablein

26 Dec

George’s Update | Get Smart

“The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding.” – Leonardo de Vinci “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Mahatma Gandhi “George, don’t be an idiot.” – Alice Stablein , George’s Grandmother In reviewing our 2018, all the indicators to demonstrate “winning” we at FNTI

26 Nov

George’s Update | All In

Happy Belated Thanksgiving! I hope all of you enjoyed whatever it is that makes you happy and allowed you to reflect on all the things for which you are thankful. During this time of year, you can have your turkey, family squabbles, football, more football, and more turkey,  but for me this is the time

09 Nov

Message from the CEO | First National Title Introduces the Podcast “First, Let’s Talk Title.”

You may have already received our e-mailed “teaser” Podcast introduction.  If not, I am pleased to announce this new project for First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI).  Director of Education April Roberts, together with the support of Kristine Prather, Zac Bohl, and other members of the FNTI team, has developed a series of Podcasts.  The

07 Nov

DON’T MISS IT! FIRST…Let’s Talk Title! – Our New Podcast Series

You DON’T WANT TO MISS our 1st upcoming PODCAST Series! Episode 1 – Part 1 Airs this Monday, November 12th! Listen to a teaser HERE! Speakers: George Stablein, Host & Executive Vice President Chris Phillips, CEO & President Bill Shaddock, Chairman of the Board Topics: Get to know more about Chris Phillips and Bill Shaddock How First National Title Insurance

29 Oct

Out & About | A Haunting at Texas Title, El Paso

Chris Phillips, George Stablein and Suzanne Tinsley joined in the ghoulish, good time at Texas Title, El Paso. The attending “ghost and goblins” were treated to BBQ, spirits, dancing and a howling costume contest. It’s always a spooktacular time at this annual event.  

23 Mar

George’s Updates | “You Got a Friend”

First things first…no more daylight saving time! Now that I got that out of the way, let’s talk about what we want to become in your lives—a friend. Looking at our remittances (which are again on another record pace), it is interesting to see that the closer our relationship is with an agent, the greater