Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the promotion of Colin Smith to Business Manager. Smith will be managing and maintaining operations and tenant services for 1.6 million square feet of Regency’s portfolio.

Smith began his career with Regency in October 2016 as a Due Diligence Specialist. He previously worked with national and regional banking institutions, including Fifth Third Bank and Spencer County Bank. Additionally, in 2018, Colin received his Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) certification.

“It is rewarding to recognize the contributions Colin has made to Regency,” stated Emily Neumann, Director of Business Management. “His past experience in the Acquisitions department will serve him well in his new position.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, has selected Emily Neumann as Director of Business Management. She will be responsible for overseeing the department staff, including business managers, business management assistants, and maintenance technicians. Neumann will support the business management staff in the day-to-day management of Regency’s 6.7 million square feet portfolio that stretches across 19 states.

Neumann, an Evansville native, began her career with Regency in 2004. She held several positions within the company, such as Administrative Assistant for Property Management, Business Analyst, and Acquisitions Manager. She graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in Finance.

“Emily has been instrumental in the success and growth of Regency and we are excited for her to lead our Business Management Department,” stated Jim Wittman, Senior Vice President of Operations. “She is a true asset to Regency as we continue to grow.”

a-fallonRegency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces that Andrew Fellon has been appointed to their Board of Managers. Mr. Fellon brings extensive leadership and business management experience to the Regency board.

Regency Properties President, Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Managers, Kevin Hammett, remarked, “I am pleased to welcome Mr. Fellon to our Board of Managers. His expertise and experience are highly complementary to the Company’s mission of satisfying the needs and wants of consumers within our defined markets while providing an attractive return to our investors, employees, business partners and communities.”

“I am very pleased to be joining the Regency Board of Managers, stated Fellon, “I look forward to supporting the good work of the entire Regency team and the continued growth of the Company.”

Mr. Fellon is currently President of Fellon-McCord & Associates, LLC and the Business Leader of Trane’s Energy Supply Services (ESS), a global energy procurement and management company, formerly Fellon-McCord.  In co-founding Fellon-McCord in 1992, Mr. Fellon was a pioneer in the creation of today’s energy supply procurement & management industry serving the needs of many of the world’s largest corporations. Additionally, he co-founded Alliance Energy Services Partnership with Conoco, Inc. and served as the President & CEO of CNEG until 2007.  In July 2018, he was appointed a member of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Electricity Advisory Committee. Mr. Fellon has served on the Board of Directors of the American Life & Accident Insurance Company of Kentucky and its holding company, Hardscuffle, Inc., since 2011 and is the chair of its audit committee.  Mr. Fellon also serves on the Board of Directors for Maryhurst, a Louisville based non-for-profit organization and the Aluminum Association. He is a member of the Energy & Environmental Policy Council for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Industrial Energy Consumers Association, and the United Fresh Produce Association.

Mr. Fellon holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University in Industrial & Management Systems Engineering. He currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky with his wife and has two daughters and is a member of several non-profit organizations.

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the promotion of Mandy Chinn to a newly created role as Director of Operations.

Chinn joined Regency Properties in April 2010 as the Financial Analyst. In September 2012, Chinn accepted the position of Senior Accountant. Chinn was promoted to Accounting Manager in January 2014, she was promoted to Assistant Controller in 2018 and has been a vital part of the Accounting department in that role. In Mandy’s new role, she will be involved in continuing Regency’s award-winning service to our tenants by directing our Tenant Specialists. She will also maintain several long-range forecasts that will help guide the Operations department.

Mandy graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Professional Services. In April 2012 she received certification from the Institute of Management Accountants as a Certified Management Accountant. Mandy is an active member of Fabulous After Thirty Evansville and is on the Board of Directors for the Evansville Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.
“Mandy has been a great asset to Regency”, stated Jim Wittman, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “Her tenant accounting experience will be extremely helpful in this position which allows her to join the Operations department as Regency continues to grow its footprint in County Seat Communities.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Ryan Black as Business Manager and Jonathon Farmer as Assistant Controller.

Black, an Evansville native, graduated from Western Kentucky University with his bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration. His experience includes customer service and banking, most recently as a Commercial Loan Officer for Peoples Trust & Savings Bank. He enjoys volunteering within the community and is currently a sitting board member for Vanderburgh County Community Center, Voices, and Newburgh Senior Center.

“We are excited to welcome Ryan,” stated Jim Wittman, Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer. “His experience with customer service will be pivotal to our growing portfolio and helping maintain our award-winning customer service.”

Farmer, a Fairfield, IL native, graduated from the University of Illinois Springfield with his bachelor’s in Biology as well as from Columbia College with a bachelor’s in Accounting. He continued his education and earned his Masters of Business Administration from Lindenwood University. Farmer is a Certified Public Accountant and the Treasurer for the Brownsville School Foundation.

“Jonathon brings a wealth of experience,” stated Barry Paddock, Controller. “We are excited to add such an exceptional, qualified candidate to our team.”