Paul Clark

Mr. Paul Clark was a champion of the development of the agency system in insurance and fostered high standards of performance in all sections of the business.

As a founder of the American College of Life Underwriters and a trustee and officer during its entire 41-year existence, he exercised profound influence in developing professionalism in life insurance. He was instrumental in encouraging Solomon S. Huebner to author the landmark text, Life Insurance.

Recognized as one of the most successful salesmen and general agents in the history of life insurance, Paul Clark rose from agent to chairman of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company in Massachusetts during a life-long career.