The Buckner Company Hires Russell Trujillo

By | January 12, 2012

Salt Lake City, Utah – The Buckner Company is pleased to announce the hiring of Russell Trujillo in their Employee Benefits department.  Trujillo will join Buckner’s team of experts, where he will work with employers to help them find the best possible benefits packages for their employees.


The Buckner Company has placed much emphasis on expanding their Employee Benefits division during recent years.  With changes in healthcare reform, the firm believes that individuals and businesses have more need than ever before to have access to an informed healthcare insurance agent who can help them in making health insurance coverage decisions.


“We are extremely pleased to have Russ join our firm.  He has previously worked on the insurance carrier side of the equation—and we excited for all that he brings to the table as far as his wide scope of knowledge and experience.  We welcome Russ and know that he will do well in his future endeavors with us,” said Terry Buckner, President and CEO of The Buckner Company.


Trujillo spent more than a decade working for two of the largest Utah health insurance carriers.  “I am very happy to be working with such a reputable group as The Buckner Company.  Selling benefits packages and servicing accounts in the consultant role is a new adventure for me, however, I look forward to this challenge,” said Trujillo.


Founded in Ogden in 1936, The Buckner Company has been serving the insurance needs of Utah and the surrounding states with honesty, integrity, and superior service for 75 years. Today, as one of the most prominent insurance brokerages in the West, The Buckner Company stands out from their competition in their expertise and knowledge of the construction and commercial businesses they service. In addition to providing their expertise in these fields, The Buckner Company also offers specialty niche market services, personal insurance, employee benefits, and surety bonding. Visit for more information or follow their blog at





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