Dale Geistler died in November 2003 at the age of 55 after a two-year battle with leukemia, leaving behind his wife, Diana, and four children. As a self-employed manufacturer’s representative, Dale, worked out of his home yet his effervescent personality made him a friend and colleague to many. Perhaps due to the care with which he approached life, he purchased a whole life insurance policy from his insurance agent, including a disability insurance plan. He began construction of his dream home: a log cabin in Juniper Hills, CA.
In November 2001, Dale was diagnosed with leukemia and his disability benefits became active. He and Diana were able to seek out specialized treatment secure in the knowledge that his income continued to support the household. Sadly, Dale died two years after his diagnosis. His attention to detail still serves Diana through income investments.