A MAN OF HIS WORD

Payson Agent Puts the Needs of Oth­ers First

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When Colin Logue first started help­ing lo­cals with their health in­surance needs, the in­dus­try was much sim­pler. Re­cent changes in the last few years have left se­niors and fam­i­lies feel­ing like they are in the dark and over spend­ing for health­care.

En­ter Colin Logue. This lo­cal business owner, car enthusiast and hu­man­i­tar­ian has com­mit­ted him­self to help­ing his friends and neigh­bors un­der­stand their op­tions. He is con­tracted with ev­ery health in­surance net­work in Utah County to en­sure that his clients get all of the op­tions at the best prices.

“When it comes to un­der­stat­ing health in­surance, open en­roll­ment is cru­cial,” says Colin. “Dur­ing open en­roll­ment, se­niors can change Medi­care Ad­van­tage and pre­scrip­tion drug plans with­out be­ing de­nied for pre-ex­ist­ing con­di­tions. In­di­vid­u­als and fam­i­lies need­ing to sign up for or make changes to health in­surance plans can take care of this dur­ing Oba­macare open en­roll­ment.” Open en­roll­ment for Medi­care plans is Oct. 15th thru Dec. 7th. Oba­macare open en­roll­ment is Nov. 15th thru Feb. 15th. “Be sure to go over your op­tions dur­ing open en­roll­ment, this is gen­er­ally the only time you can shop around for a bet­ter plan,” Colin ad­vises.

Colin makes it easy for res­i­dents to ben­e­fit from his ex­per­tise in the health­care in­surance field. Start­ing Oc­to­ber 1st thru the end of open en­roll­ment, he will have a kiosk in the Payson Smith’s Food & Drug. In­di­vid­u­als can visit him there to get no-pres­sure an­swers to any health in­surance ques­tions.

Colin has been a prom­i­nent fig­ure in the business com­mu­nity. He is the Payson Cham­ber of Com­merce Pres­i­dent and he helps keep fo­cus on small business growth. “I take a lot of plea­sure from see­ing fel­low business own­ers suc­ceed in Payson. The econ­omy is tough, if I can play a small role in help­ing another business sur­vive, it’s a great feel­ing,” says Colin.

Be­sides help­ing with in­surance needs and sup­port­ing the small business com­mu­nity, Colin finds more ways to serve. Each year he do­nates prof­its from the Onion Day’s car show he and his wife spon­sor to the Ki­wa­nis Club, where he is an ac­tive mem­ber. Th­ese funds pro­vide schol­ar­ships to lo­cal stu­dents. Ad­di­tion­ally, Colin serves on the plan­ning and zon­ing board in Elk Ridge, where he lives.

If you need help with your in­surance op­tions this year, you can con­tact Colin at 801-609-8699.

Kathy An­der­son

Colin Logue with his wife Shes­sann, daugh­ter Jackie and son Ash­ton stand­ing next to their 1958 Corvette.

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