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Mark S. Bartlett Elected to Baltimore Life Board

Former Ernst & Young Managing Partner is newest member of BLI’s Board of Directors

For Immediate Release

BALTIMORE, MD, MARCH 8, 2013—Mark S. Bartlett has been elected to The Baltimore Life Companies’ Board of Directors.

Mr. Bartlett joined Ernst & Young in 1972, retiring as the firm’s Baltimore Office Managing Partner in 2012. He has extensive health care, manufacturing, real estate, financial services and government contracting experience. He also has considerable expertise in acquisitions, the sale of securities, debt offerings and syndications.

Mr. Bartlett is a graduate of the Leadership Program of the Greater Baltimore Committee and has attended the Executive Program at the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University. He presently serves on the Board of Directors of Rexnord Corporation, and he has previously served on the boards of the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

“Mark Bartlett provides our board with important financial expertise and business experience, and his guidance will serve us well as we grow our business and serve our customers,” said David Ficca, Baltimore Life’s President and C.E.O. “The board is looking forward to working with him.”


About Baltimore Life
Established in 1882, The Baltimore Life Insurance Company has served seven generations of policyholders. Today, Baltimore Life insures more than 300,000 individuals, families and businesses in communities all across America. Our products and services provide financial protection to the middle-income segment of the American population. Baltimore Life is licensed in 49 states and the District of Columbia. For more information, please visit www.baltlife.com or call 1.800.628.5433.

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