Insurance Agent: Ron Grant

AAA Washington Insurance Agency Ron Grant

Ron Grant


(425) 467-7823 (425) 467-7823 (425) 891-4287 (Mobile) (425) 891-4287 (Mobile)

Insurance Agent

About Me

Insurance and financial services have been a passion and interest I’ve had since college. During my collegiate days I wrote a paper on the subject and ever since have had a passion to educate and help people with the “common” concept of risk management/insurance that is essential in our lives.


I’m passionate about the subject of insurance and constantly willing to assist and educate you about what and why a particular coverage could be right for you and assist in accomplishing your goals.


I have had a financial services career that spans across many products from investments to estate planning.  However, my passion begins with the foundation of any financial plan and that is the life insurance component because it creates an immediate estate for the clients family and/or business entity.


My expertise comes from my military training in the Air Force as a financial officer along with my experience at two major Wall Street investment firms and a former financial planning instructor and columnist in Dayton, OH. I have written many risk management (life insurance) plans, tailored to helping clients complete their financial service’s needs.

Areas of Expertise

  • Life

Community Involvement/Interests

I’m a volunteer mentor for graduating high school students headed to college, preparing them with financial management skills as well as a dedicated supporter and donor at Cascade Regional Blood Services in Tacoma, WA


I’ve been a high school football official for over 20 years in the great state of Washington. In 2019 I was honored by the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association and Washington Officials Association to officiate the 4A State Championship game.


I’ve been married for 36 years to my beautiful wife Debra who is a passionate and dedicated educator in Tacoma, WA. We have one son who is an environmental biologist in Seattle.