People on the move at Daum, CBC Advisors, Stellar, RSI

DAUM Commercial Real Estate Services continues to grow its Arizona brokerage team with the recent addition of Dan Casey.

Casey has been in the commercial real estate industry for more than five years. Prior to DAUM, he was with Cushman & Wakefield where he specialized in industrial property brokerage.

Casey earned a bachelor’s degree from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in finance and real estate. He is a resident of Phoenix.

DAUM Commercial Real Estate Services provides a full array of services including brokerage, consulting, leasing, sales, corporate services and asset, construction, project and property management. Founded in 1904, DAUM is California’s longest standing and most experienced commercial real estate brokerage company. DAUM has 10 offices throughout Southern California and Arizona. More information is available at

Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors

Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (CBC Advisors) announced that Jason Fessinger and Kalen Rickard have joined CBC Advisor’s Phoenix office. Fessinger, partner and executive managing director of retail, and Rickard, senior vice president, will bring more than 50 listings and over 2 million square feet to the firm as a result of this transition.

“We are excited to announce the addition of such respected professionals to the CBC Advisors team,” said Chuck Wells, managing partner of CBC Advisors Phoenix office. “Jason and Kalen’s high-level commitment to their clients and their listings have elevated our local brokerage presence by greatly expanding our market share and identity.”

Fessinger, former partner of Strategic Retail Group (SRG), has specialized in retail since 2001 and is a professional leasing and sales expert in the Arizona market. He’s closed many transactions throughout Arizona, including big box lease, pad sales, shops leases, and investment transactions on behalf of both buyers and sellers. He’s represented many notable developers and landlords including Goldman Sachs, Clarion Partners, Kornwasser, GDA Real Estate, Bilak Enterprises, Jakosky Properties, and Geyser Asset Management.

Rickard, former vice president at SRG, focuses on landlord representation, tenant representation, and investment sales. Rickard joined SRG in 2008 and has successfully represented various developers and landlords including DDR Corp, Clarion Partners, AP Capital, US Bank, Geyser Asset Management, Jakosky Properties, Goldman Sachs and TerraCotta. He has also represented several national, regional and local tenants, including Party City, Casual Pint and Reformed Pilates & Spin.

Stellar Capital Management

Stellar Capital Management, LLC announces that Robert P. Papelian has joined the firm as Research Specialist.  His primary investment responsibilities involve conducting various types of industry research, coordinating that research with the firm’s economic outlook, and supporting the Investment Committee by providing input on industry trends which could affect securities followed by and/or being considered by the firm. 

Prior to joining Stellar Capital, Rob spent six years with Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. where he most recently served as a Global Services Specialist, assisting both clients and business partners with all aspects of foreign equity transactions. Rob is a Level III Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) Candidate. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from John Carroll University and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Investment Management and Financial Analysis at Creighton University.

Refrigeration School, Inc.

The Refrigeration School, Inc. (RSI), has named David Eaker campus president of the Phoenix-based skilled-trade school. A leader in the industry for more than 50 years, RSI has trained over 10,000 students for sustainable careers in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R).

“With demand booming for skilled HVAC/R technicians, it’s an exciting time to be in the industry and I’m grateful for the opportunity to lead our dedicated faculty and staff,” said Eaker. “We will continue to train the next generation of highly skilled technicians that our partners and employers have come to expect, and will evolve curriculum and technologies to meet the increasing industry demand.” 

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