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Sidney A. Friedman

Sidney A. Friedman, American financial services executive. Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant, MSFS; registered health underwriter. Member Million Dollar Round Table; member Top of the Table, 25 Million Dollar Forum; recipient National Quality award, 1983, 95.


  • Friedman, Sidney A. was born on March 7, 1935 in Brooklyn. Son of Benjamin and Celia (Jacobs) Friedman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, New York University, 1957. Student, Brooklyn Law School, 1958.


    • President Corporation Finance Services, Philadelphia, 1970-1999, president, chairman board, from 1988. Past president Phoenix Mutual Advisory Council. Motivational speaker.

      Consultant life insurance organizations. Past president Top of the Table/25 Million Dollar Forum.

    Major achievements

    • Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant, MSFS. Registered health underwriter.


    • How to Make Money Tomorrow Morning
    • This is the book - already a classic in sales literature - that provides readers with absolutely all the fundamentals of successful selling in less than 200 pages.
    • Author: How to Make Money Tomorrow Morning, 1991, Success Systems, It's About Time.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Board directors Fight for Sight, 1983. Board directors Philadelphia Variety Club, 1993. Member American College Life Underwriters (president 1971-1972), Health Underwriters, National Association Security Dealers (registered investment advisor), Association Advanced Underwriters, Philadelphia Association Life Underwriters, General Agents and Mgrs Southern New Jersey (past president), CLUs Southern New Jersey (past president), General Agts and Managers Association.


    • Married Sue Helen Mansbach, May 2, 1965. Children: Lori Beth, Wendi Ellen.
    • father: Benjamin Friedman
    • mother: Celia (Jacobs) Friedman
    • spouse: Sue Helen Mansbach
    • children: Lori Beth Friedman
    • Wendi Ellen Friedman
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    Born March 7, 1935
    Died 2003
    (aged 67)
    • 1957
      New York University
    • 1958
      Brooklyn Law School
    • 1970 - 1999
      President, Corporation Finance Services
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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