Meet Our People

North Carolina native Stuart Fuller is a treasure to our York Maintenance team.

Born in Henderson, Stuart’s family lived in Benson and Louisburg before making Raleigh their home. He graduated from Millbrook High School in 1982.

Stuart worked with another local real estate firm for almost two decades before joining York Maintenance. He came to our team with a wealth of knowledge and expertise, and now serves as the head locksmith of the Maintenance division. Stuart takes joy in the variety of his daily workload. He gives his full self to his work which his team members can attest to.

When Stuart isn’t rekeying or repairing locks, you can find him at home with his wife of 31 years, Jackie Fuller. They have two sons together, Johnny and Nicholas.

Stuart also loves deep sea fishing. His catches include a 29lb Almaco Jack, 26lb King Mackerel, and a 21lb Cobia, but one of his favorite catches was a Triggerfish – a tender white fish perfect for grilling.

The family atmosphere and good relationships are just a few things that Stuart says he appreciates most about working with York. When asked about a life motto, Stuart said that honesty is very important and to “always treat people the way you want to be treated.”

Thank you, Stuart, for your years of commitment and dedication to our clients and the York Maintenance family.

York Rings in the New Year with First Night Raleigh

Parker and George York are proud to serve as the honorary chairs of the 2022 First Night Raleigh celebration in Downtown Raleigh!

First Night Raleigh is the party of the year as Raleigh comes together to celebrate the end of a prosperous 2022 and kick off 2023 in style. Parker and George have been longtime supporters and participants in the First Night Raleigh celebration, as well as advocates for the host organization Artsplosure.

Artsplosure is a nonprofit arts and cultural event production studio in Raleigh that is committed to enriching and inspiring the community through visual and performing arts. Artsplosure works to achieve this by producing accessible events for artists and the Raleigh community alike.

First Night Raleigh brings together representation from many of Raleigh’s local arts community in a fun and festive family event. The festivities begin in the afternoon on December 31 and continue late into the night for attendees to watch the Raleigh Acorn Drop and a fireworks show when the clock strikes midnight. Other activities include a parade, silent disco, an interactive projection exhibit, a pop-up skate park, and more!

Parker and George are honored to have been selected as this year’s honorary chairs and they look forward to celebrating with our amazing community.

Visit their website to purchase tickets and learn more about this event.

RUS Hosts Partner Appreciation Reception for Congressman David Price

Raleigh Union Station (RUS) was proud to host a Partner Appreciation Reception for U.S. House Representative David Price to honor both him and his supporters over the past 35 years.

Congressman Price served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1987 to 1995. He has represented North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District since 1997 and will be leaving office on January 3 after announcing his decision not to seek re-election.

The event had a turnout of 250 guests who had the opportunity to shake Congressman Price’s hand. Guests included Governor Roy Cooper, Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin, and former President of the University of North Carolina system, Thomas Ross.

Speeches by Congressman David Price, Governor Roy Cooper, and Thomas Ross were all given during the event. Guests enjoyed appetizers from Catering by Design and drinks from On My Way Bartending. It was a lovely event that York is delighted Raleigh Union Station had the pleasure of hosting.

Sunday with Santa at Raleigh Union Station

Raleigh Union Station was pleased to host Santa this past weekend! The event had a great turnout of about 65 people. Guests were able to meet and take pictures with Santa, purchase hot chocolate, and explore Raleigh Union Station. Many of them visited the observation deck to watch the trains come in!

This is Raleigh Union Station’s first time hosting a Sunday with Santa event and they plan on doing it again next year, bigger and better! They are hoping to bring in more vendors in the future, as well.

Raleigh Union Station hosted this event in hopes of helping residents of the Triangle become more familiar with their venue and all they do. Raleigh Union Station is a public space where people can work, watch the trains, bring friends to have lunch, or book an event!

Learn more about the venue space at Raleigh Union Station.