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FEBRUARY 24, 2014Anthony R. Moiso, President and Chief Executive Officer Ranch Mission Viejo “Shifting Demographics in Orange County”
Anthony R. Moiso is President and Chief Executive Officer of Rancho Mission Viejo. He is responsible for the ranching, farming, planning, development, and financial management of Rancho Mission Viejo. Rancho Mission Viejo manages all activities and operations of the various Rancho Mission Viejo business enterprises.
In 1965, after serving in the U.S. Army, Mr. Moiso joined Mission Viejo Company and began his 48-year career as a rancher and developer of large-scale master planned communities. Mr. Moiso was an officer, director, and shareholder of Mission Viejo Company which planned and developed the 10,000-acre community of Mission Viejo. In 1972, when Mission Viejo Company was sold, Mr. Moiso became President of the then-42,000-acre Rancho Mission Viejo.
In 1983, Mr. Moiso established Santa Margarita Company to manage, plan, and continue the development of Rancho Mission Viejo. From 1983 until 1996, Santa Margarita Company was responsible for the master planning and development of the 5,000-acre urban village of Rancho Santa Margarita and the 1,000-acre planned community of Las Flores.
In 1996, Mr. Moiso founded Rancho Mission Viejo, LLC to plan and to develop the 4,000-acre community of Ladera Ranch and to continue managing, planning, and developing Rancho Mission Viejo’s remaining 23,000-acres.
Mr. Moiso’s personal involvements down through the years have been many. Presently, he is trustee of the San Juan Capistrano Historical Society and a member of the Board of Directors of the Mission San Juan Capistrano Preservation Foundation. Moreover, he and his wife, Melinda, continue their thirty-eight year commitment to support the work of the Sisters Devoted to the Sacred Heart and the operations of the Heart of Jesus Retreat Center in south Santa Ana.
A member of the California Building Industry Hall of Fame, Mr. Moiso is a graduate of Stanford University. He and his wife, Melinda, live in Laguna Beach. The Moisos have four married daughters and thirteen grandchildren.
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