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John D. Currier, Jr. '92

Joseph Irwin Sweeney Alumni Service Award, 1998

He was a leader during his years as a student and continues his quest for excellence today as a professional in the world of cash-flow, financial projections and spreadsheets. In addition to excelling in his pursuit of an undergraduate degree in actuarial science, John Currier '92 filled his time with numerous student leadership activities. He was the founding president of the Student Actuarial Science Club and served as president of the Student YMCA. He also led a number of efforts, including the YMCA Hunger and Homelessness Project and was a Freshman Weekend counselor. He was a Solon E. Sommerfield Scholar, a Butler University Scholar and was among the Alumni Association's Top Ten Male Students in 1991 and 1992. He remains and active supporter of the University today by serving as a Butler Alumni Recruiting Corps (BARC) volunteer, Student YMCA Board of Managers member and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity House Corporation alumni president.

An associate of the Society of Actuaries and member of the American Academy of Actuaries, John began his professional career as a consulting actuary in 1990 with Beckly & Associates Actuarial Consultants, supplying actuarial expertise and analysis to insurance companies and regulatory agencies. He currently serves as an actuary for CONSECO Companies, working in Life Product Development

John sees himself as a "big picture" person. He is committed to excelling in his chosen field and to continually improving himself, his work product and the organizations with which he is involved. Considering his accomplishments thus far, it is certain that he will attain his goals--as they relate to his career and to a continued strong relationship with his alma mater

Updated 1998