Feb. 24, 2013 Laguna Los Angeles County California, USA
The famuly has created a site at www.rememberingbrianprinn.com
Husband of Linda Hammarburg, he passed away while cycling near his home.
"Brian Prinn is the Chairman and CEO of Skye, Inc., a private family company engaged in real estate and private equity investment located in Newport Beach, CA. In addition, Mr. Prinn is affiliated with CB Richard Ellis Investors, a real estate investment management firm with over $35B in assets under management, where he serves as the sole independent member of their investment committees for the US.
Previously, he was Vice Chairman of Lowe Enterprises, Inc., a national real estate investment and development company which acquired, managed or developed over $6 billion in real estate assets during his tenure. Lowe maintains offices nationwide and has over 7,000 employees and is recognized for its award winning office, residential, hospitality, resort and mixed use projects. During Mr. Prinn's 28 years at Lowe Enterprises, he was responsible for the company's commercial and residential development activities prior becoming Chairman of its investment management subsidiary which managed $3.5 billion of assets on behalf of public and private pension funds. During his tenure at Lowe, Mr. Prinn was responsible for a broad variety of commercial, mixed use and residential projects including the acquisition and development of many of these projects and also served as the Chairman of the company's hotel company in the United Kingdom.
Previously, Mr. Prinn served as an investment manager for a Los Angeles based mortgage banking firm which sponsored a NYSE listed real estate investment trust. He also served as an officer in the U.S. Navy where he had a tour of duty in Vietnam and was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal.
Mr. Prinn is a National Trustee of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America where he serves on the Executive Committee for the Pacific Region, he is a member of the Board of Fuller Theological Seminary where he also serves as the Chairman of the Resource Management Committee and is a member of the Executive Committee and serves on the Board of ScholarLeaders International where he is a past Chairman. He is also a member of the Chief Executive Officers Organization and is an Emeritus Trustee and past Chair of the Viewpoint School in Los Angeles, and an ordained Elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Mr. Prinn as born in Vancouver, BC and received his MBA from Stanford University and has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of California at Berkeley."
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