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Lili Ventura

Farmers Insurance Agent in Pacific Grove, CA
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Contact Info

Address

529 Central Ave
Ste 201b
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
US

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Phone Numbers

Office:
(831) 250-0444(831) 250-0444
Fax:
(831) 250-0535

Office Hours

Day of the WeekHours
Mon:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tue:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wed:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thu:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Fri:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Sat:9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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Farmers Insurance Agent in Pacific Grove, CA

Lili Ventura
About Me

As your local Farmers® agent in Pacific Grove, CA, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. This process is straightforward and personalized to help make you smarter about insurance. I have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options--whether that's auto, home, renters, business insurance and more.

Give me a call at (831) 250-0444 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Languages Spoken: Spanish

Neighborhoods Served

Marina, Seaside, Monterey, Carmel, and Salinas

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Licenses

CA License #: 0F22855

States Licensed In

CA

Insurance Products Offered

Auto Insurance
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Home Insurance
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Life Insurance1
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Delicious Empanadas vegan, chicken, beef and ham

Café Guarani

Liliana Rodas de Araujo started working at her Family's diner "Rincon Alegre" at the age of 6 making empanadas and going off to sell them at the "Cruce Internacional" Bus Stop in Coronel Oviedo, Paraguay. After 10 years of waking up at 2AM to work 12 hour shifts she and her parents managed to save money to move to the capital of Paraguay, Asuncion. They were in charge of running the cafeterias of the University of Medical sciences in Asuncion and the University of Veterinarian sciences in San Lorenzo, Paraguay. While attending university she married Victor Araujo, son of Ofelia Schmoll de Araujo a renowned Chef and Instructor for the Institution of Culinary Arts of Paraguay. Ofelia born in Argentina and of German and Italian descent took Liliana in as her main apprentice passing on her knowledge and recipes.
Liliana soon after developed a passion for pastry and cake decoration and both worked side by side on many projects, one such as catering an event for Pope St. John Paul II in the mid 90's. After a successful career with Ofelia, Liliana along with Victor and her 5 children moved to Pacific Grove, California where she continued her career in pastry at a few local Bakeries but due to lack of recognition and having to re-start from ground zero, she took a hiatus from the culinary industry and accepted a job as a phlebotomist at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula while honing her skills and gaining recognition through her online business, Liliana's Cakes. After thirteen years at CHOMP Liliana retired at the age of 60 and started Cafe Guarani LLC, a culmination of all her experience and knowledge.

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Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce

In remembering the early years of Pacific Grove, we should also remember some more of the “interesting” early residents. Among them were “Whistling” Bob Mitchell, the postman who became the first “real” postmaster in 1879 (a grocer, J.B. Norton, was actually appointed first but serves less than two months in 1896) and used, for reasons now unknown, carrier pigeons to send messages to San Jose; Mr. Clark, who rented little donkey carts to summer visitors and residents; Mrs. Hattie McDougall, an early owner of the bathhouse, who erected a barrier across her property to prevent public access to Lovers Point and the beach; Dr. Julia Platts, the first lady mayor of Pacific Grove, who in 1932 chopped the barrier gate down with an axe-apparently inspired by the earlier deed of senator Langford: Amos Virgin, remembered by old-timers for reasons best left unsaid: and of course there’s Dixie, Dandy, Pete, Shorty, Pomp, Nellie, and Anna – the names given to the rowboats by N.R. Sprague at Lover’s Point in 1892.

Note: Adam W. Weiland is the Director of Historic Research for the Pacific Grove Heritage Society as well as manager of Data Processing for PRO-LOG Corporation in Monterey. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Adam now lives in Pacific Grove with his wife Burna and daughters Lori and Nancy.

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Help replace the income that makes your goals possible. Life insurance can be a key part of helping you protect your loved ones’ financial future.

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Farmers® agents provide this service in person or online to help you review your existing coverage, so you can decide how to keep up with your changing insurance needs.

- As your life changes, maybe your policy should too

Changes in your life can add up to changes in insurance needs. A change in marital status, the birth of a child or the purchase of a new home are just a few examples of life events that may create overlaps or gaps in your coverage.

- Review your coverage and possibly save money

Just as you continue to change and grow, Farmers® has been growing for over 85 years. A Farmers® customer can be the first to enjoy access to new benefits (like when we became the first insurance group to offer a discount for alternative-fuel vehicles). Talk to us about a Farmers Friendly Review® - we can provide you with insurance options and discuss any available discounts for which you may qualify so you can select the coverage that best fits your needs.

- How often should you have a Farmers Friendly Review® session?

We recommend a Farmers Friendly Review® at least once a year or whenever you have a qualifying life event change. If you like, I can even set a reminder for us to keep an annual appointment to discuss your changing coverage needs.

Give us a call to set up your Farmers Friendly Review®.

CrashAssist, a new feature in the Signal by Farmers app, can help detect crashes and help connect you with emergency service providers, if requested. Call me today or visit farmers.com/signal to find out more.

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