Bio: Robida, Ron (2008)
Contact: R. Lipprandt

Surnames: Robida

----Source: The Tribune Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., WI), Volume 48, No. 19, May 7, 2008, Page 19

Robida receives CFLI ‘Agent of the Year’ award

Catholic Families Life Insurance (CFLI), a fraternal organization headquartered in Milwaukee, has named Ron Robida of Dorchester its Personal Producing General Agent of the Year.

Robida has been in the insurance business for 40 years, working with Catholic Family since 1974. He is well known in the community for the outstanding service he provides to members. For the past six years he has qualified for CFLI’s prestigious President’s Conference.

In addition to helping individuals with their financial and insurance needs, Robida is an active member of Catholic Families Dorchester chapter and a dedicated volunteer earning Catholic Family’s Presidents Volunteer award.

Through his work with an organization called Helping Hands, he has traveled on seven work mission trips to Jamaica and to Africa to help build churches, clinics, and homes for the poor. Robida also collects items throughout the year that he donates to third word counties through Helping Hands.

He serves as a Eucharistic Minister, usher and lector at St. Louis Parish where he is also a past president of the Citizens for Catholic Education. He has been president of the Dorchester Recreational Park Board for the last 16 years and is a past president and member of the Midnight Riders Snowmobile Club.

He and his wife Judy, have four children and two grandchildren.



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