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Agency Owner/ Licensed Insurance Agent
Mobile: (210) 323-5177
Barry Harrin is the founder and agency owner of the Harrin Group. He is a former U.S.Navy veteran, trained electrical engineer having graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1974 with his BS in Electrical Engineering, and has over 14 year’s experience serving thousands of clients in the life, health, and retirement insurance business. His previous experience includes more than 25 years managing telecommunications operations in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Brian Harrin is a licensed insurance agent with the Harrin Group. He received his BA in 2016 from Texas A&M University-San Antonio in Communications and currently is in his graduate program focusing on International Affairs at the University of North Georgia. Brian is also the author of the book “Can I Have Your Autograph” and is currently in the final stages of his private pilot flight training.
He grew up participating in swimming, basketball, and earned a First-Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo at the age of fifteen. In his free time, Brian enjoy’s running, hiking, and reading a good history book.
Licensed Insurance Agent
Mobile: (210) 279-5591
Brandon Harrin is a licensed insurance agent with the Harrin Group. He is currently studying Criminal Justice at Palo Alto College in San Antonio, Texas and plans to transfer to Texas A&M University-San Antonio where he will major in Criminology. Brandon is also the author of “Diary of a Teenage Ghost Hunter”, which he wrote at the age of 15.
He also earned his First-Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo when he was 12 years old and in his free time, Brandon enjoys working out, spending time with family and friends, and singing.
Did You Know?: The Harrin Group’s founder and owner, Barry Harrin, wrote a book on a virtual ghost town, that made Tombstone, AZ look like a “Sunday school picnic” in comparison? Check out the other side to Barry below, when he was interviewed by Kens 5 TV San Antonio in 2011.