Brad Toerien the chief executive officer of FMI Income Protector, hosted a proud day on 16 August, in honour of 21 years of service.
The company started #21Lives to share the stories of the lives of people they have encountered and touched across 21 years.
The company split into 21 teams and started looking into the lives of their clients. They travelled from place to place in Gus Bus (a vintage Volkswagen) to find inspiring stories.
FMI shared those stories with the public on their website and at the event. The people were touched by the inspiring stories of people who fell ill and whose lives were turned upside down by unplanned events.
Warren Bonn saw 73 different medical specialists and was told that he had a hemangioma, which diagnosis then changed to an arteriovenous malformation and doctors wanted to surgically remove his tongue.