• Modern Woodmen of America - Linda C. Ayotte , FIC

    • Financial Services
    11130 Jollyville Rd.
    Ste 400
    Austin, TX 78759
    (512) 250-0458
    (512) 996-9606 (fax)
    Hours:
    Home Office 8:00am-4:30pm, but representatives may work some evenings and weekends.
    • About

      Serving more than 760,000 members with more than 1,500 financial representatives, Modern Woodmen is the nation's third largest fraternal benefit society in terms of assets.
      We were founded by Joseph Cullen Root in 1883 in Lyons, Iowa.
      Our home office is in Rock Island, Ill.
      Members are joined by three common bonds: financial security, quality family life and community impact.

      Products and subsidiaries

      Main product lines are life insurance, annuity and investment* products designed for the family and small business market.
      Established in 2001, MWA Financial Services Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Modern Woodmen that functions as a full-service broker dealer and distributes securities products.
      Modern Woodmen Bank, which opened for business in 2003, provides a complete array of personal banking products and services.

      Member benefits

      Through numerous fraternal programs, benefits and activities, $26 million goes back into the lives of members and their communities annually.
      Approximately 2,500 local chapters nationwide provide fellowship and community service.
      More than 875 youth clubs nationwide teach community service, citizenship, cooperation and respect for self and others.

      Financial highlights

      Life insurance in force totals $34.3 billion.
      Total assets are $12 billion.
      A+ (Superior) rating from A.M. Best verifies Modern Woodmen's financial strength and security. This is the second highest of 15 ratings.




    • Whom to Contact

      • Linda Ayotte
    • Directions

      Regional office is located near Hwy 183 N and the Balcones Woods Drive exit. Take Balcones Woods Dr. and head west to Jollyville Dr. and we are on the corner of the intersection on the fourth floor.