Lowell Stahl presently holds the position of Chairman of PFS Group, a real estate financial investment service. His vast experience in the real estate industry as a licensed real estate broker, licensed insurance broker, appraiser, consultant, developer and syndicator dates back to 1955.
Having sold his Century 21 interests in the early 1990’s, Lowell was quick to enter into numerous other business ventures, one of which was to purchase LABE Bank. Under his Chairmanship and inspirational leadership, LABE Bank registered incredible growth and success, and he successfully sold it in the fall of 2005.
Perhaps more than most, Lowell recognizes that a value centered education is the primary ingredient needed for the success and stability of our country, and he pledges his energies and leadership to insure that kind of education continues to be a part of Lewis University’s future.
He has honored by the Christian Brothers with the Lasallian Award in 1990. His generous donation merited the naming of our Center as the Lowell Stahl Center for Entrepreneurship & Real Estate.
He was honored by the Christian Brothers with the Lasallian Award in 1990. He was also honored by Lewis University in 2007 with the Frank J. Lewis Philanthropist of the Year award. His generous donation to Lewis University merited the naming of the Lowell Stahl Center for Entrepreneurship and Real Estate.
“I never had the opportunity of a formal collegiate education, and the Christian Brothers gave me all the education I had when I went to high school at St. Patrick’s in Chicago, and this is my way of giving back,” he says.