Our Management Team
Luke Pickerill

Luke Pickerill

President and Owner

Luke Pickerill has been in the home building business since 2012.  When Luke purchased the company he started with just $200,000 cash and two lots free and clear.  In 2018 MonteVista Homes was named COBA’s Builder of the Year under Luke’s leadership and vision for growth. Luke is a natural leader with strong family values.

 

Marlon Fenton

Marlon Fenton

Vice President of Operations

Marlon Fenton has over 30 years experience in land development, homebuilding, and multi-family housing, with proven leadership, team-building, and technical skillsets to successfully lead land acquisition, development, and building operations teams to success. Marlon has delivered over 20,000 units and nearly $4.5B in project market valuation in the Western United States.

 

Steve Wilson

Steve Wilson

Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Steve graduated from the University of Oregon & Gonzaga University with degrees in Real Estate, Marketing and Finance.  30 years experience in land acquisition, new home community development, sales and marketing management, Steve has sold and managed more than 5,000 new home and resort property sales, is an industry leading expert, an experienced leader, managing top producing sales teams.

 

Connie L. Easley

Connie L. Easley

Managing Principal Broker/Office Manager/HR

Connie L. Easley, a native Oregonian, has been associated with the Real Estate Community since 1975.  She joined the industry initially as a Title officer and then became an Escrow Officer with an emphasis in assisting Builders and Developers.  With over 25 years of Title and Transaction management experience, Connie has overseen the completion of thousands of transactions.

 

Treve Misemer

Treve Misemer

Construction Services Manager

Treve brings extensive supply chain and sourcing experience to MonteVista Homes to lead the Construction Services Team in successfully supporting our internal and external customers. His team approach allows greater agility to respond to the changing needs of the department, while maintaining a light-hearted atmosphere.

 

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