Pictured above from left to right: Kary McLemore, Bryan Murphy and Jennifer Beck.
Bryan Murphy brought his expertise to PCH in 1993. Originally from Ireland, he graduated from Limerick Institute of Technology and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Technology from Heriot-Watt University. With extensive experience in digital data, he developed unique data-gathering tools for PCH that facilitate project management and optimize collaboration. He became PCH President in 2007, leading the company to its most successful years. In 2013 Bryan purchased the company from Dick Breaux, PCH’s founder. Outside of PCH, he enjoys spending time with his family in Belmont, coaching his sons’ soccer and rugby teams, and carving up the slopes on his snowboard. He’s also a board member of the Seahawks Youth Rugby Club, helping to ensure that the game of rugby has a bright future in the U.S.
Chief Operations Officer, LEED AP BD+C
With a Bachelor’s in Environmental Studies and Urban and Regional Planning from Sonoma State University, Jennifer put her knowledge to work at University of San Francisco’s Environmental Management Program. She then moved to Seattle and worked at an environmental consulting firm, where she helped firms reduce waste and conserve natural resources. Since she came to PCH in 1997 the firm has benefited from her attention to detail and dedication to operational excellence. She’s also dedicated to coaching her kids’ baseball and softball teams, gardening, and spending time with her family.
Chief Financial Officer
Kary received her Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from University of California at Davis before working at Charles Schwab and Company. She came to PCH in 2002 and has been the Chief Financial Officer since 2007. With almost twenty years of professional financial experience, she does the accounting at PCH with her eagle eye for detail. When she’s not working, Kary spends her weekends on the baseball, softball or football field, cheering her kids on at all their various sporting events, rain or shine. And when she’s not spending time with her own family, she’s volunteering her time to tutor kids in math.