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Stuart Hutchison – Legacy

Lake Forest, CA

Stuart Hutchison – Legacy

Stuart recently achieved an important milestone when we celebrated his 20th Anniversary with PS Business Parks (PSB). We caught up with Stuart following his milestone anniversary. Below is our conversation:

PSB: Stuart, tell us a bit about yourself and your role at PSB.

Stuart: I was born and raised in Southern California in Rancho Palos Verdes. I went to the University of Southern California and earned a business degree with a marketing emphasis. I am married to my wife of 28 years, Melani, and we have two daughters. I am currently a divisional vice president and oversee the Southern California and Seattle portfolios.

PSB: How long have you worked at PSB and what’s your first PSB memory?

Stuart: I have worked at PSB for 20 years. I first started on Monday, October 30, 2000. My first memory was coming to the office and finding out that over the weekend there was a flood. The cooling tower that serviced the building broke and our office was flooded. It was a little chaotic that first day.

PSB: Over the years, what has been your favorite part about working at PSB?

Stuart: My favorite part of working at PSB is the people. We have so many quality people throughout the company from the C-Suites to the administrative teams. It is really in some ways like a family.

PSB: What is the best career lesson you have learned so far?

Stuart: That the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence. I can’t tell you the number of people who have left PSB for more money or some other reason, and then call me a while later wanting to come back to the company.

PSB: What advice do you have for other peers in your profession?

Stuart: Work hard and surround yourself with positive people. Hire people with good attitudes. You can teach someone a skill but it is hard to change someone with a negative attitude to a positive attitude. Don’t be desperate trying to fill a position. Wait for the right person who has the right attitude.

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