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At Lee-Moore Capital, our professional team leverages its extensive knowledge of the commercial and residential real estate market to create and develop mixed-use projects and communities. We are forward thinkers and planners, delivering only meticulously-constructed ideas and plans to our clients and collaborators.
Our company invests and holds income-producing properties in a target market. Our long-term success and deep market knowledge in this region informs our ability to be on the leading edge of the real estate growth cycle. And since Lee-Moore Capital invests in its own real estate holdings, co-investors are confident their money is well-managed.
With a constant eye on the future, Lee-Moore Capital investments are good investments today, better investments tomorrow and great investments 20 years from now.
Kirk Bradley serves as Chairman, President and CEO of Lee-Moore Capital. Kirk also serves as Chairman and President of Governor’s Club Development Corporation. Kirk has spent his entire career in the family businesses of convenience retail and motor fuels distribution, real estate development and venture capital.Kirk Bradley — Chairman, President, CEO
Kirk earned his MBA in Finance and Real Estate from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and his BBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. His postgraduate studies include M&A training at Northwestern’s Kellogg School and the Management Program for Mid-Size Businesses at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.
Kirk’s industry associations include the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). He is a licensed real estate broker in North Carolina. Kirk and his wife Deanne have two daughters and reside in Chapel Hill, NC.
Kevin Scanlon joined Lee-Moore Capital as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in December 2013. As Lee-Moore’s CFO, he works closely with the company’s investor, banking and collaborative partners in developing and monitoring its real estate investment portfolio.Kevin Scanlon — Chief Financial Officer
Prior to joining Lee-Moore Capital, Kevin was the CFO of Richard Petty Motorsports in Concord, NC from 2008 to 2013. He began his career as a staff accountant in Ernst & Young’s Audit practice in 1998 and transitioned to the firm’s Transaction Advisory Services practice in 2003. He departed in 2008 as a Senior Manager within that group.
Kevin holds a BA in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Kevin, his wife, Shelley, and their three children live in Raleigh, NC.
Trina Garrison joined the Lee-Moore Capital team in October 2018 as Office Manager and Executive Assistant to CEO Kirk Bradley. She has prior experience as an Event Planner at Cornell University and as an Executive Assistant for the Dean of Arts & Sciences at the College of William & Mary.Trina Garrison — Office Manager & CEO Executive Assistant
Trina, her husband Matt and children Eli, Josiah and Gillian are actively involved in Lee County Schools, Ascend Leadership Academy, St. Francis Anglican Church, Temple Theater and the YMCA. Trina spends time at her children’s sporting events, band concerts and musical theater, and she and her husband enjoy frequenting restaurants in Sanford and the surrounding communities.
Priscilla Weaver is the Controller of Lee-Moore Capital Company. She manages the accounting process and the year-end financial audit. Priscilla joined the team in April 2019 as Assistant Controller.Priscilla Weaver — Controller
Prior to joining Lee Moore Capital, Priscilla was a Senior Property Accountant with Avison Young for 10+ years. She also worked as a Senior Accountant for Premiere Global Sports and a Staff Accountant for Thomas Linderman Graham. She began her career with Bear Rock Franchise Systems in 2002 and held several accounting and administrative roles during her 4-year tenure there.
Priscilla holds a Business Management Degree from NC State University. Priscilla, her husband Travis and her daughter Haley reside in Fuquay-Varina, NC.
Jess Giles joined the LMCC team in February 2022 as a Senior Accountant. She has prior experience as a Payroll and HR Administrator, Operations and Logistics Manager, and Case and Personnel Manager. As a freelance bookkeeper, Jess worked with a variety of small businesses in the Triangle region. Before joining Lee-Moore Capital, she worked for EssilorLuxottica’s Finance and Business Analytics division.Jess Giles — Senior Accountant
A North Carolina native, Jess lives in Angier, where she spends time gardening, renovating her family home, and playing with her dog.
Kerri Wells joined the Lee-Moore Capital team in May 2022 as Senior Accountant. She brings more than 25 years of accounting and financial experience with various Lee County companies to LMCC. Most recently, she worked as an accountant at Steel & Pipe Corporation managing accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll.Kerri Wells — Senior Accountant
Kerri earned a BS in Finance from the Cameron School of Business at UNC Wilmington. She is an active member of Cool Springs Baptist Church and Lee County Young Life. Currently residing in Sanford with her husband Jeromie and sons Evan, Connor, and Jackson, she enjoys cheering at her boys’ athletic events.
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With a focus on asset value growth, Lee-Moore Capital creates collaborative networks with sector-experienced professionals in order to develop creative, successful projects.
Lee-Moore Capital Company began as Lee-Moore Oil Company in 1932 in Sanford, North Carolina, where it still resides. Although a traditional petroleum distributor, Lee-Moore Oil Company consistently invested in venture capital, residential development, commercial development and raw land acquisition.
In February 2006, Lee-Moore Oil Company sold its convenience retailing operation to focus on the procurement of income-producing real estate, land acquisition and development, real estate consulting and venture capital investments.
In October 2008, Lee-Moore Oil Company changed its name to Lee-Moore Capital Company with the intent to grow Lee-Moore Oil Company’s existing income-producing real estate portfolio and to seek new real estate and venture investment opportunities.