Family Tradition Means Insurance Expertise

By Michael Armijo

Chino Hills – Most little girls say they want to be a doctor, lawyer, school teacher or a princess while growing up, but Grace Buencamino wanted to be like her daddy, an insurance producer.

“It wasn’t that I was exposed to someone who just pushed paper or punched a clock, my father helped people with important needs and helped business owners stay protected during tough times,” said Buencamino, who watched her father do these things for over 30 years.

“Insurance runs in our family.  I grew up learning the industry and spent all of my high school summers working with my father,” Buencamino said.  “It was a great time in my life.  As I grew, I learned to help others, to be knowledgeable in an effort to help those in need.”

She’s not just filled with summers of insurance experience; Buencamino has over ten years of Human Resources experience and ten years of Property Management experience. She’s also worked with employers on strategies to minimize on-the-job injuries. This has given her firsthand knowledge of the importance of proper workers compensation and harassment/wrongful termination (EPLI) coverage.

Knowledge in the property management field has helped her address the concerns of risks and exposures that business and property owners can have. Her California Department of Insurance Resident Insurance Producer License for Property and Casualty allows Buencamino to legally and thoroughly provide expertise and experience.

“Every business is unique and policies should not be “One Size Fits All”.  I believe a company needs to be evaluated and exposures assessed before presenting the best possible, most cost-effective solution for your business,” Buencamino said.  She prides herself on knowing which policy covers you for your specific needs, as some agents aren’t sure and you end up with coverage that’s costly and unnecessary.

But Buencamino’s main goal is to assist others in need. “I enjoy helping others. Insurance allows me to do this.  I work with business owners to manage their risks and exposures, giving them the peace of mind that their business is protected.”

Buencamino’s “off-field” activities prove her commitment to service above self.  “I am here to serve the community.  I am a member of Christian Business Partners, have volunteered at several schools in the Chino Valley Unified School District, volunteer with the Chino Hills Community Foundation, and a Woman’s Care Center in Chino.”

Besides helping those in need and continuing her father’s legacy in a “Service First” industry by offering affordable coverage, even free evaluations, Buencamino says, “Our agency offers complementary policy evaluations. We have established relationships with some of the nation’s largest and finest carriers as preferred agents.”  Preferred Agents have benefited their clients with specialized programs and competitive pricing.  “Please feel free to contact me directly at (909) 973-8233 if you would like an evaluation of your current coverage and premium,” she adds.

Although the company was established in 1941 and is now located in Orange County, Buencamino has worked in the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley for years.  “I am your local agent and I’ve lived in Chino Hills since 1997.  Clients can always expect personalized, professional service from me and everyone at our agency.”

Established in 1941, George L Brown Insurance Agency conti

nues to work with small to medium sized businesses, and manage their risks by providing comprehensive business packages, general and professional liability, property coverage, workers compensation, bonds, E&O, D&O, EPLI and commercial auto coverage.

George L. Brown Insurance Agency is located at 1005 Calle Recodo, in San Clemente (92673).  Grace Buencamino can be reached at (909) 973-8233 (Direct); (949) 361-1400 (Office); or by email: gbuencamino@georgebrowninsurance.com; License #OH30972.