Unum, Aflac, Lockton, the National Association of Health Underwriters and others recognize employees in this week’s Comings & Goings. Check to see if a colleague is mentioned today.

Unum earns a ClearMark Award from the Center for Plain Language. The ClearMark awards honor the best in clear communication and plain language, celebrating documents and web sites from government, non-profits, and private companies that succeed in communicating clearly. Aflac's names Byron H. Matthews as senior vice president of sales distribution and Jon A. Pace as vice president and director of the field force. Both Matthews and Pace join Aflac from global human resources consulting giant Mercer, where they also held senior-level positions. Silberstein Insurance Group has been honored as a finalist in the Baltimore’s Best Places to Work contest managed by the Baltimore Business Journal. This nomination comes on the heels of the company’s recognition for its dedication in helping its employees become and stay healthier by being named Baltimore’s Healthiest Employer by the Baltimore Business Journal in June. Kevin M. Hunter joins Lockton companies as a risk management adviser and producer based in the insurance broker's Memphis office. He is responsible for client advocacy and new business development in the commercial insurance and employee benefit sectors. Hunter’s background includes an extensive history in sales, marketing, and leadership in a wide variety of industries. Lockton Dunning Benefits announces that Victor Wong joins the Dallas-based health and welfare benefits practice’s actuarial consulting group as vice president and actuary. With more than nine years of actuarial experience, Victor has specialized in health benefits for the last five. Before Lockton, Victor served as a senior associate and lead actuary with Mercer where he developed strategic plan designs for health and welfare plans, recommended pricing alternatives and reviewed cost projections and claims analyses for large self-funded health plans. … Jim Stenger was selected as secretary on the National Association of Health Underwriters’ Board of Trustees at NAHU’s 82nd Annual Convention in Las Vegas. He entered the health insurance business in 1973 and worked for two large insurance companies and two international employee benefit brokerage firms in New York. He joined NAS Financial Services in 1986 as an owner. He built NAS to become one of the largest general agencies in New Jersey. NAS was acquired by BenefitMall in March 2010.

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