Brian Tucker, CPCU, CIC, CRM
Senior Vice President, Principal
Brian is a fourth generation Property & Casualty producer for the agency. He became a member of the RHSB Board of Directors in 2023. Prior to RHSB, Brian was with Central Insurance Company as a Commercial Underwriter and then was the Commercial and Personal Marketing Manager responsible for agents in New Mexico, Central, and West Texas.
Brian got his undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma’s Price College of Business with a degree in Finance and his Master’s degree in Insurance Management from Boston University. Brian has his Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU®), Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC), and Certified Risk Managers (CRM) designations.
In his spare time, Brian teaches Insurance and Risk Management at Texas Christian University and coaches high school football at Trinity Valley School. Brian serves as President of the Independent Insurance Agents of Tarrant County and is also on the board at RHSB, Ridglea Country Club Charitable Foundation, and Camp Fire of Texas’ Finance Committee.
Brian Tucker makes Insurance Business America’s Hot 100 2021 list of industry leaders and innovators who have made the most out of a chaotic year. The members of IBA’s Hot 100 have turned these unprecedented challenges into amazing opportunities with forward-thinking, can-do attitudes. IBA’s Hot 100 2021 Brian Tucker
Brian Tucker was recognized as IBA 2022 Top Producer. To recognize the top producers in the US, Insurance Business America conducted a survey from March to April 2022. Producers had to have at least $1 million in commission revenue in 2021, comprising 50% commercial P&C business, and with year-on-year growth from 2020, to qualify for the list. IBA selected 81 winners – proven market leaders who have made the most of the opportunities presented to them during tumultuous times. IBA’s 2022 Top Producers
Brian Tucker was recognized as IBA 2023 Top Retail Broker. Insurance Business America’s Top Retail Brokers are among the best in the US insurance industry. To qualify for the list, agents and brokers must have achieved at least $1 million in premium revenue in 2022, with at least 50% commercial P&C business, and demonstrated year-over-year growth from 2021. Each nominated agent and broker was required to provide specific details about their business. IBA’s 2023 Top Retail Brokers