Company Founder, Managing Broker firstname.lastname@example.org
Born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Kokomo, Indiana, Scott Pitcher graduated from Taylor High School in 1972. He worked at the Chrysler Transmission Plant for 4 years before purchasing Higbee Auto Body Co., which he sold 4 years later. In late 1982 he founded Amber Electric, an electrical contracting business, and Brandon Buildings, Inc., a holding company for several small properties. Both companies bear his children's names.
In 1987, at the age of 33, his belief in Kokomo inspired him to purchase the city's 100-year-old, dilapidated 18,000 sq. ft. City Building for $35,000 and thus entered the general contracting business. In his "maverick" style he developed this abandoned architectural gem into a business office complex covering almost an entire city block. The complex includes two office buildings, two-pair of 2,500 lb. hand-carved stone lions poised on pedestals, landscaping and private parking. This first project became a masterpiece and the benchmark of Pitcher's high quality work. It is the keystone for Kokomo's downtown revival.