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BRUSSEAU, Jeffry - Director and Vice President (2010-2014)


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Jeffry Brusseau was born in Fargo, North Dakota on April 12, 1957. He is the oldest of the five children of Bruce and Clarice Brusseau. The family moved to Newport Beach, California in 1963. Jeffry attended private and public schools and graduated from the University of Southern California in 1980 with a business degree. His major areas of study were Real Estate/Finance. During his adolescence Jeffry became involved in botany and held several jobs in the field including, interior plant maintenance, exterior grounds maintenance, custom design and installations of high-end residential landscapes. After college Jeffry pursued a career in Commercial Real Estate Development, Asset management and Construction and continues in that field today as a principal in charge of development activities with Newport National Corporation. Jeffry’s hobbies to name a few include physical conditioning, research, cycling, barefoot water-skiing, snow skiing, motorcycles, shifter karts, exotic cars, design, gardening, plant collecting and propagation. Jeffry maintains a two-acre garden “Cuesta Linda” in Vista, California, which is home to several thousand species of palms, cycads, ferns, bamboo, succulents, bromeliads, cacti and assorted tropical vegetation. Jeffry also enjoys spending time with his wife, Christine and their two boys, Mason and Dalton. Other involvement’s include membership in several plant societies, Board of Director and Officer positions in three commercial Owners Associations, the ownership of a commercial nursery and the restoration of the families Historical home. Jeffry is hard working, persistent, determined, and extremely detailed oriented. He believes in living life to it’s fullest and strives for excellence in all matters of his life.

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