Gary L. Pinkston founded Meridian Pacific, Ltd. in 1988 as Principal Owner/President. Prior to the formation of Meridian Pacific, Ltd. Gary L. Pinkston was co-owner of The Walker Pinkston Companies. The Walker Pinkston Companies was a major design and building contractor that eventually evolved into one of the premier developers of neighborhood shopping centers throughout California. The firm developed some 55 shopping centers over a 10 year period.
From 1993 to 2009 Gary Pinkston was the financial advisor to the Hawaii Carpenters Union for all real estate matters. He is also a member of the Urban Land Institute, the International Council of Shopping Centers, and the Mortgage Bankers Association of America. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of Hawaii and California, and also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from Kansas State University.
Tim Moody has held the position of CFO/Director of Leasing with Meridian Pacific, LTD since 2013. Formerly Director of Asset Management with RP Realty in Los Angeles, he started in the industry with Hahn/Trizec in San Diego during the Mall heydays.
Tim is a proven Commercial Real Estate executive with over 25 years hands-on experience managing, leasing, buying, selling, financing and renovating shopping centers, office, medical buildings, mixed use and industrial properties. With strong communication and financial skills, he is adept at operations management and building cohesive management teams. He is experienced in direct and third party leasing and site selection, and holds a high standard of excellence and integrity in client, owner/partner and tenant relationships.
Tim has received the ICSC's CSM designation and has a BS Business Degree from National University.
Lou Lebeau joined Meridian Pacific, Ltd. in 2016, bringing with him a comprehensive knowledge of property management and unparalleled operational leadership expertise.
As a real estate investor himself with over 15 years of experience in the industry, Lou understands what it take to own and manage investment properties. Knowing how and what an owner thinks is crucial. Understanding the outcome of financial decisions and the effects of those decisions on the bottom line, that’s what separates the proactive managers from the complacent. Lou has received IREM’s CPM designation – the most distinguished designation in the property & asset management industry. Lou received CPM of the year, an award given to 1% of the 9,000 members. Lou also holds a CCRM designation from CAA-SF, specializing in Apartment housing and Tenant/Landlord Law.