Mission & Policy
To provide best-in-class insurance products and services to policyholders using leading-edge technology, trained, motivated, service-oriented employees, and community-minded agents.
Our Mission Areas
Education. Legislation. Cooperation.
- Provide our agents and policyholders with quality products at a reasonable price
- Give exceptional customer service
- Maintain our financial stewardship
- Grow profitably
- Leverage technology with a personal touch
- Give back to the communities we serve
- Treating our customers and agents honestly, fairly and with respect
- Growing profitably
- Being fiscally responsible
- Developing structured growth
- Helping our employees grow professionally
- Giving back to the communities we serve
How You Can Shape AFR Policy
As a member of AFR/OFU, you have a unique opportunity to influence and shape policy that will direct the organization as it works with Congress, the Oklahoma Legislature and state and federal agencies.
You may become involved through the following process. Prior to your local or county meeting, consider policy additions or corrections you would like to see made to the current policy document. In your county, officers may choose to meet prior to the county meeting with a smaller group of members as a resolutions committee. This group may discuss issues and develop a list of resolutions for consideration by the county membership. During the actual county meeting, the membership will discuss and vote on each resolution submitted by the ad hoc committee, as well as receive prospective resolutions from the floor.
Once the policy is adopted by either the local or county organization, it is sent by local/county leadership to the AFR/OFU Policy Committee.* This committee may approve, reject or modify a resolution. The group will also review the entire policy document to make pertinent updates and corrections, as well as propose new policy not offered through resolutions.
Policy adopted by the AFR State Policy Committee is formally presented to delegates during the AFR/ OFU State Convention. These delegates are elected from local and county meetings. If the AFR State Policy Committee does not adopt the policy presented by a local or county, that policy can be re-submitted by a member of the original submitting organization on the convention floor during policy consideration. Each section of policy is reviewed and changes are noted and offered for delegate consideration. Delegates adopt, reject or change wording throughout the document.
The final policy document is adopted by the full body of attending delegates. Current policy books are available by request through county officers, local insurance agents or the AFR website.