Kelly is founder of PSITops

Kelly Pehrson Passey


“I started working for Plastic Specialties when I was 14 years of age. I would sweep the shop after school 3 – 4 times a week. When I graduated High School in 1983, I went to work for Plastic Specialties full-time. I have been here ever since. Taking numerous education classes throughout the years. It is a fabulous place to work! We have such a great team! Very family oriented. I went from sweeping the shop to the office; then to management; then owner. I love to help people and make new friends every day!”

Ben Robinson

General Manager

“I started working for Morrison Concrete when I was 15 years of age. I worked on work release all thru High School. I graduated from Olympus High School. After High School, I went to work for Fashion Cabinet Mfg. from 1979 until 1988. Afterwards, I worked for Skaggs Home Center, selling Kitchen Cabinets, until they closed all stores. Then in 1989, I joined the team at Plastic Specialties, selling counter tops and cabinets. I am now one of the owners. I have been in the cabinet/counter top industry my entire life, having designed thousands of kitchens while making hundreds of friends. I also have managed many projects such as Schools, Hospitals, Clinics and Sports Arena’s throughout Utah and surrounding States. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the people I have met over the years; including the lifelong friendships made and new ones I am continually making.”

Cody Lead Sales at PSI Tops

Cody Kelsch

Lead Sales

Cody lives and breathes cabinetry! He gained his love for the industry working for his family’s business; Majestic Cabinets, as a designer and installer for both cabinets and countertops. Always ready to accept a challenge, Cody joined PSI Tops in 2010 as a salesman and immediately began working his way to the top. He loves the diversity and variety in his job and has become a master designer. Cody is dedicated to making sure the job is done right “the very first time”, and is committed to PSI Tops’ focus on 100 percent customer satisfaction.

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