Steven B. Brincefield will retire from Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer at the end of this year, following 38 years of service.
For the last 31 years, Brincefield has led the firm’s property services group, which manages more than 18 million square feet of commercial properties in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. He began his career at Thalhimer as a research analyst and later became involved in appraisals, consulting, commercial sales and leasing, and receivership services.
Brincefield is well known in the Richmond real estate community. He has served as an adjunct professor in the Real Estate program at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business where he has taught for 35 years. VCU’s Institute of Real Estate Management recently established a scholarship in his name. In addition, Brincefield was named an honorary member of VCU’s Real Estate Circle of Excellence, becoming only the second individual to be given that designation.
Thalhimer announced Monday that Curtis M. Mummau is being promoted to senior vice president and will assume Brincefield’s responsibilities. Mummau joined Thalhimer in 1994 as a commercial property manager. He started his career in multi-family property management prior to joining Thalhimer. He, too, has been active in the real estate community, serving as president of Central Virginia IREM Chapter #38, as well as chairman of the Virginia Association of Realtors’ Commercial Council.
Brincefield and Mummau will work together for the balance of the year to ensure a smooth transition.
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