USHealth Group’s Randy Hildebrandt Believes His Job is to Protect Lives and Families

Mark Brodinsky is a professional storyteller. Recently he related the story of Randy Hildebrandt. Today Randy is a top seller and Satellite Division Leader with USHealth Group.


Growing up in Texas Randy idolized retired Houston Astros ace pitcher Nolan Ryan. Hoping that his life would mirror that of his hero Randy began developing his pitching skills. Sadly a shoulder injury ended his dream of pitching in the Major Leagues.

Attempts to repair the shoulder were successful. While pitching for the Blinn College Buccaneers it became obvious that Randy’s hurling days were over.

Charting a different path to success Randy enrolled in Texas A&M. With a view towards making good money after graduation, he majored in Business and Finance. He quickly learned that that career trajectory was not for him. Visit indeed.com to know more about USHealth Group

The next stop on Randy’s career path was selling insurance. Disliking the work, but determined to succeed he convinced the company’s best sales rep to act as his mentor.

For a year Randy learned many useful sales techniques from his mentor. The most important thing he learned was to think of the work as something more than selling insurance. He learned to see himself as someone who was working to safeguard lives and families. Without his mentor’s sage guidance Randy would have walked away from his true calling.

With some reluctance in 2012, Randy took his talents to USHealth Group a purveyor of health insurance to individuals, small employers and the self-employed. It was his initial impression of company President/CEO Troy McQuagge that sold Randy on the move.

The high regard he formed for his friend and boss Troy McQuagge has not diminished over the last six years. One of the things that impressed Randy about Troy was the latter’s caring nature. Troy is the architect of the Mission of HOPE at USHealth Group. The acronym H-O-P-E stands for “Helping Other People Everyday”. Follow USHealth Group on Twitter.

The program works by each district office selecting a charity to support through the HOPE initiative. Victims of Hurricane Katrina, displaced and sick children and Veterans Groups have all received donations of labor and money through HOPE. Learn more:http://ushagent.com/rachelmunozflorido