For over 25 years, F.B.C. has dedicated itself to the needs of employees and employers in the public and private sectors. The founder, Jim McCawley,
specialized in providing employee benefit programs for public entities, such as school districts and county and city governments. At one time, Fringe
Benefit Coordinators was the agent of record for 27 of Florida’s 67 school districts. In 1981 F.B.C. became licensed as a third party administrator by
the State of Florida.
In 1986, Mr. McCawley sold the business to his daughter, Dorothy McCawley, while remaining in the position of Marketing Director. Since that time the
direction of the business has broadened and F.B.C. is now the administrator for over 11,000 employees and their dependents. FBC also provides other
coverages such as life, group long-term disability income, Section 125 administration services, and group long-term care coverages.
In 2004, Dorothy McCawley left F.B.C. and Jim McCawley, George Zinger, and Beth Lege assumed ownership of the company.
Following the death of Jim McCawley in 2005 George Zinger became President/CEO.
Our experience with the special needs of school boards, city and county governments, and large groups has proven itself again and again over the years.
We understand and appreciate the uniqueness of this market.