The Wrobel Agencies is an independent agency representing and distributing American Income Life Insurance Company products in Maryland, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia. Since starting from scratch in Maryland, the Wrobel Agencies has emerged as the fastest growing startup in all of AIL. The team is manned by high achievers and entrepreneurs who see the value in unlimited opportunity.
A loving and devoted father, Kyle R. Wrobel originally started with American Income Life in 2009 with the Surace Smith Agency out of Cleveland, OH. Prior to his time with AIL, Kyle served as a Light Infantry Dismounted Section Sergeant with the US Army out of Fort Drum, NY. During his four years of active duty, he deployed twice to Iraq and earned numerous meritorious service awards while serving in a combat zone, including the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. As both a Founder’s Club and President’s Club member, Kyle has had the distinct pleasure to serve in several different agencies across AIL and is excited to help take the Maryland territory to the next level. Kyle demonstrates key qualities needed for a strong leader and chooses to lead by example not delegation.
American Income Life is an international insurance company protecting working families in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and through their wholly-owned subsidiary, National Income Life Insurance Company in New York.
American Income Life has served working class families since 1951 with life, accident, and supplemental health products to help protect members of labor unions, credit unions, associations, and their families. AIL representatives develop long-term relationships with clients and meet them where they are most comfortable … their home.
ABOUT OUR PARENT COMPANY – GLOBE LIFE INC.
With roots beginning in 1900, Globe Life has grown in financial strength and reputation.
$192 billion of life insurance coverage in force (as of 8/31/19)
The Globe Life companies have more policyholders than any other life insurance company in the country.
Globe Life Inc. is a member of the S&P 500 Index