The leadership team of Kinsley Properties is transitioning with the announcement of a new CFO and executive vice president.
Kevin Snelbaker, who comes from the banking world, will serve as CFO of the York-based commercial real estate development, leasing and property management company, officials said. Dan Driver, who has held the CFO position with Kinsley for 27 years, has been named to the role of executive vice president.
“Kevin joins Kinsley Properties in this critical role supporting our expansion and continued success,” said Timothy Kinsley, president of Kinsley Properties, through a company statement. “Kevin will be instrumental in guiding the organization through the changing needs of our growing client roster and expanding portfolio.”
Snelbaker has had a 25-year career in commercial real estate for several banks, company officials said, most recently serving as senior vice president and business services officer for BB&T Bank. He is a 1991 graduate of Penn State University, receiving a bachelor’s degree in quantitative business analysis, and he also holds an MBA in finance from York College.
Driver, who has oversaw the company’s financial management team for nearly three decades, will continue to work with company leaders to develop organizational strategies.
Founded by Robert A. Kinsley in 1980, Kinsley Properties provides real estate management and development services in the Mid-Atlantic region. Kinsley Properties is one of several construction and real estate entities owned by the Kinsley family with Kinsley Construction serving as the largest of those entities and also the largest general contractor in Central Pennsylvania, by revenue, with $561.3 million last year, according to Business Journal records.