Team

Bryce Custer

Custer realized the need for commercial real estate services to help with petrochemical and derivatives companies locating in the Ohio River corridor in anticipation of upstream and downstream activity from the Shell Chemical petroleum cracker plant in Monaca, PA. From this realization Ohio River Corridor, LLC, was born.

Custer brings with him experience in all aspects of commercial real estate including acquisition, disposition and development of office, retail and industrial projects. As an active real estate investor for over 20 years, Custer understands the challenges facing both buyers and sellers in sale and lease transactions. Utilizing his experience from prior businesses, he works to discover critical success factors to develop solutions that meet the needs of both parties. Custer has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Kent State University. He is a CCIM and MRICS designee, and a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors.

Custer was also the owner of Leadership Development Centers, a sales and management firm affiliated with Wilson Learning Corporation. Custer worked with numerous clients throughout northeastern Ohio and Charlotte, North Carolina in the area of managerial and sales development. In 2001, the firm was sold in order to focus on real estate ventures.

Prior to real estate investing, Custer was an environmental chemist at Wadsworth/Alert Laboratories (now known as TestAmerica). While at Wadsworth/Alert he was instrumental in meeting the needs of clients as GC/MS analyst, Sr. Project Manager and Assistant Laboratory manager for ten years.

Laurie Stanbro

Stanbro joined NAI Spring’s Canton, Ohio office and will focus on sales, leasing and assisting in site selection assignments with Custer in Stark and Carroll Counties and the Ohio River corridor (Eastern OH and West Virginia Panhandle), Appalachian Basin, industrial and office market.

Prior to joining the Canton-based firm, Stanbro had considerable sales experience in the motorcycle and automotive industry.  Stanbro also has experience operating sole proprietor businesses for 17 years that gives her a unique perspective on clients’ needs and the necessary critical success factors. She is a graduate of New Philadelphia High School. She earned her commercial real estate license in 2017.