Since our founding in 1882, the primary mission of the Knights of Columbus has been to protect families from the financial ruin caused by the death of the breadwinner. In the beginning, Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney and his fellow Knights “passed the hat” to benefit widows and orphans. From that humble start, the Order has grown to include top-rated life insurance, long-term care insurance and retirement products.  With more than $86 billion of insurance in force and a full-time field force of more than 1,400 serving our members and their families, we are proudly fulfilling Fr. McGivney’s vision.

AGENT

PHONE

EMAIL

TITLE

BERT S. NOCUM JR.

(650) 758-5841

Bert.Nocum@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

FRANCISCO FERNANDEZ

(650) 758-5841

Francisco.Fernandez@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

JEFF CARVALHO

(510) 754-1057

Jeffery.Carvalho@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

DION DANGALAN

(408) 634-6640

Dion.Dangzalan@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

RICHARD MILWARD

(925) 699-5852

Richard.Milward@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

CARLOS GUTIERREZ

(510) 878-2510

Carlos.Gutierrez@KOFC.ORG

GEN. AGENT

LARRY BELL

(925) 439-2857

Larry.Bell@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

JOE AYROSO

(510) 403-1499

Joe.Ayroso@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

JIMMY BOGUSLAWSKI

(925) 389-8402

James.Boguslawski@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

ED DANTES

(949) 315-6276

Ed.Dantes@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

BRIAN MONTONE

(510) 689-6998

Brian.Montone@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

PAUL MORASSUTTI

(925) 963-3835

Paul.Morassutti@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

JUAN PANLILEO

(650) 703-0723

Juan.Panlileo.@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT

RENÉ PEREZ

(650) 892-3515

 Rene.Perez@KOFC.ORG

FIELD AGENT


A Message To You

Don't Assume You Can't Afford Disability Income Insurance. One of the biggest mistakes you can make regarding disability insurance is to assume you can't afford it or you won't qualify. Before you make that assumption, do some basic research and apply for coverage through the Knights of Columbus. The Order’s Income Armor product gives you options that can help you fit this critical protection into your risk management budget.

Here are two ways you can reduce your premium:

1. Choose a two-year or five-year maximum benefit period. Depending on your age, the best option is probably a policy that pays benefits until you reach age 67. But a two-year or five-year duration benefit period would cover disabilities you might encounter in your working life.

2. Choose a longer elimination period.

An elimination period is the number of days a total disability must exist before benefits begin to accrue. Typical elimination periods are 30, 90, or 180 days. Choosing a longer elimination period lowers the policy’s premium. But be sure you have enough set aside in your contingency fund to account for the longer gap.

As your professional insurance agent, risk management is my specialty. Let’s talk about how to protect your income, your retirement needs, and your family's financial future.

Carlos Gutierrez

Gen. Agent

Gutierrez Agency