I conceived my work ethic as a ten year old boy working in my grandparents restaurant on weekends cleaning tables and assisting customers with requests. I did that till I was 16 years old, also at 12 years, I was a news paper delivery boy and did that for a couple of years. When I was 13 and 14 I took a break on my summer vacations and worked at my uncles welding shop. As a young man I worked as my fathers apprentice(plumbing) and shortly after moved to riverside for the prospect of working as a new construction residential plumber.
I first took a year course at associated tech college an San Bernardino, to learn plumbing codes, repairs, sizing systems. From there I went to work for inland plumbing as an apprentice ,with in a year I was offered a foreman position, I was installing gas systems,drainage,venting water services and had three employees under my direction. I learned a lot those three years there and feel my plumber foundation started there.
George Beloz, Ph D
Vice President / Treasurer
Greater Corona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Dr. George Beloz has served as a Board of Directors and President/CEO for the Greater Corona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for over 13 years. He is currently serving on the board as Vice President and Treasurer. He was born in Chicago, and has lived overseas for a period of time. He arrived in Corona 36 years ago and has been actively involved in leading and supporting the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce activities for just under 20 years in key committees and activities during this time. He served as a Regional Director for the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce in the Inland Empire for seven years, while serving an extended period of time in other offices as stated above. Previously, he served in federal government service as a U.S. Foreign Service officer with the U.S. Department of State, senior officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development overseas, and senior management analyst in El Segundo, CA with the Defense Contracts Administration Services. He has a vigorous background in education as a faculty member and administrator in public and private secondary and post-secondary education, as well as extensive experience on various service organizations in community health, history, and those focused on Hispanic scholarship, economic and social advancement. He is a published writer and enjoys seeing entrepreneurs compete and succeed in their efforts. Dr. Beloz earned a master's degrees from Illinois State University, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
Amador L. Corona
Board of Director
Law Offices of Amador Corona
As a personal injury and criminal defense lawyer, I help people during times of great need. Unexpected injuries can threaten you way of life and ability to support yourself and your family. A criminal charge can mean time away from work, fines, jail, prison and other penalties.
These legal problems affect my clients personally, from their physical injury to their finance and freedom. I provide hands-on services and dedicated counsel. I am aggressive, yet compassionate, able to respond to all of my client’s needs. My firm has the resources necessary to handle large, complex cases, yet I give all my clients the highest possible level of attention and focus.
Corona has been home to me for more than 28 years and local community involvement is important to me. I support and sponsor many youth organizations and participate in the Chamber of Commerce and other city activities. My children grew up up here and went to local schools. I am invested in the success of my community, its residents and the clients I work with.
Board of Director
OCS Construction Services
In the course of 22 years, President Mark Vaca, soaked up a significant amount of experience in the federal construction industry. Working under several federal construction companies provided him the opportunity to establish long lasting business relationships. Those relationships are what keep OCS Construction Services going strong today.
In just 3 short years, OCS has grown and been able to create and employ numerous marketable positions. Mr. Vaca’s naturally giving heart has turned OCS’s office from your typical mundane construction office into an extraordinary family environment.
Our teammates are perfectly knit together to not only serve one another but support the OCS vision. When one succeeds, we all succeed. All of that is thanks to the expert coaching of OCS’s president. He grows with us never leaving a single teammate behind.