Written by The Business Journal Staff
Fresno property management company Manco Abbott announced that two important figures om the company will be retiring.
Hal Kissler, founder of Manco Abbott, and Chief Financial Officer Maureen Lewis will be leaving the company to spend more time with their families and continue their work for the community .
Kissler founded Manco Abbott in 1972, and now their services span the San Joaquin Valley to the Central Coast, Southern Idaho, and 10 different states. Manco is now the leading property management company in Central California.
After 36 years of service to Manco Abbott, Lewis will be retiring from her position as CFO and will be mentoring at Fresno State.
Lewis joined the company in 1982 as a staff accountant, and helped build a company culture that is inviting and supportive.
Lewis was honored as one of the Top Ten Professional Women by the Marjaree Mason Center in 2015 and named the Fresno State Alumni Association Top Dog for the Arthur Safstrom Service Award in 2010.
The Manco family said it wishes Kissler and Lewis a happy retirement and thanks them for their leadership and commitment to making the community a better place to be.