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Answered 2008-12-23 15:18:26

Presbyterian Ministers Fund, the oldest Life insurance company in America (it traces its roots back to 1759), is now a part of the Nationwide Life Insurance Company of America. In 1990, Presbyterian Minister's Fund (PMF) became the Covenant Life Insurance Company. That firm was taken over by the Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company in 1994. Provident was acquired by the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company in 2002. All former Presbyterian Minister's Fund policies are now serviced by Nationwide. Contact a Nationwide Insurance Company agent for assistance, or you can call Nationwide directly at 800-688-5177. For a brief history of the Fund, see: For on-line service of Presbyterian Minister's Fund policies, you can go to:

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