Before taking his current position, he was under contract to the California Insurance Commissioner to wind up the affairs of the former Golden Eagle Insurance Company, and prior to that he held successive executive positions with Liberty Mutual, Western Employers, Industrial Indemnity and Zenith Insurance Companies.
Chuck has been a frequent speaker at conferences sponsored by the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel, the Workers’ Compensation Defense Counsel Association, the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters, the Harmonie Group, and Lorman Education Services.
He is a past president of the Los Angeles Claim Managers’ Council, a member and the 1997 past president of the Pacific Claim Executives Association, a member of the Central Claim Executives Association, past national co-chair of the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters National Advisory Council (on which he still sits), a member of the American Management Association, and a Past President and member of the Board of Directors of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Santa Cruz County.
Chuck resides in Soquel, California with his wife Mary. Besides doting on their 3 children and 7 grandchildren, they like to travel, play Bridge and tend to their Shih Tzu, Lucy.
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