Barry is a lifelong Southern Nevadan. He spent his early professional career of nearly 7 years in the escrow and title insurance field rising to Executive Vice President of First Title Insurance Company. Business opportunities resulted in his entering the retail office products business in the Las Vegas Valley, primarily in a self-founded company known as Stubbs Office Products, operating in Nevada for over 14 years. Barry’s interest in real estate lead him to return to the title insurance and escrow field where he retired in 1988 as President of the Chicago Title Agency of Las Vegas. During this time, Barry’s dedication to his community and family led him to be very active in civic affairs such as the Boy Scouts of America, the Las Vegas Kiwanis Club, Past- President, member of Aqua-Vision, Inc., the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, and was the founding President of the Las Vegas Executive Association.
In 1989 Stubbs formed a real estate consulting company, focused in southern Nevada, to act as the liaison between municipal jurisdictions, large real property developers, and the federal agencies.
In 2000 retired U.S. Bureau of Land Management executive Mike Ford and Barry Stubbs established Robcyn, LLC which evolved into Abbey, Stubbs & Ford with the addition of Bob Abbey retired U. S. Bureau of Land Management Nevada State Director in 2005, and who rejoined the firm in 2012 after serving three years as the BLM National Director in Washington D.C.
Stubbs, in addition to working on client issues and liaison, has the principal responsibility for the firm’s administrative, financial, and contracting matters.
Barry graduated from Rancho High School, North Las Vegas and attended New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Barry and his wife Cindy reside in Henderson, Nevada.
He is a conscientious businessman and deeply understands the importance of giving back to our environment. Since 2000 Barry has functioned as Real Estate Projects Manager for the Nevada and Southwest Regional Office of The Conservation Fund, a national non-profit conservation organization.