Don has been a resident of Teton County since 1990. Since arriving in Jackson Hole he has worked for Dembergh Construction as a finish carpenter, site foreman, job superintendent, cost estimator, senior project manager and president. Don also serves as a councilman for the Town of Jackson, Wyoming. Along with his wife, Maryellen, they are raising two sons, Billy and Peter. The Frank family enjoys scholastic sports, supports speech and debate competitions, participates in community service, and travel for mountain centered sports and in search of cultural experiences.
Ed grew up in Hollister and Aptos, California. In 1975 he moved to the mountain west to pursue outdoor endeavors. Ed is a master of several building trades and has accrued operational and managerial experience over many years of service perfecting custom estate work. Since settling in northwest Wyoming in 1995, Ed has worked exclusively for Dembergh Construction now fulfilling the role of senior project superintendent. Along with his “can do” approach and professionalism, Ed’s legendary optimism motivates extraordinary teams committed to great homes. He and his wife Sue live in Star Valley, Wyoming where they enjoy snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, camping and spending time with their children and four grandsons.
Bryan was born and raised in Eveleth, Minnesota graduating from Eveleth Technical College where he majored in carpentry finishing at the top of his class. Bryan followed his childhood dream moving to Sun Valley Idaho in 1981, where he joined Dembergh Construction. In 1991 Bryan moved to Jackson, Wyoming to supervise the first of many premier custom homes. Our longest serving senior project superintendent, he is aided by a desire for perfection and an artistic eye. Bryan has the unique ability to understand and illustrate complex details while creating complex projects which exceed expectations. Bryan has played competitive ice hockey in Europe and Japan. A veteran of the Sun Valley Suns and founding member of the Jackson Hole Moose, he is currently an active coach. Bryan and his wife Tina have three children Nicholas, Savannah and Caroline.
Mike is a native of Signal Mountain, Tennessee who began his construction career in 1985 building houses after school and during the summers. After graduating from The Baylor School and The University of Georgia, Mike moved to Aspen, Colorado for five years where he built estate homes. Mike then moved to Denver to be the Construction Manager for ROK, a development and property management company. He then joined the corporate world where he was a sales manager for Bosch Power Tools and GE Capital. Moving to Jackson in 2002, Mike now fills the role of estimator and senior project manager at Dembergh Construction. In the community, Mike currently serves on the board of directors for the Old Wilson School and Community Center and the Wilson Sewer District. Mike enjoys the many outdoor activities that Jackson has to offer. He can be seen throughout the valley skiing, biking and climbing with his wife, son, and two black labs.
Bain Campbell has been involved with construction, construction management, real estate, and property management for the last 20 years. He moved to Jackson with his family in 2010 and holds a Wyoming Real Estate License. Prior to working for Dembergh, Bain was the Director of Facilities and Housing for the Grand Teton Music Festival managing the Walk Festival Hall and overseeing the construction and procurement of new housing for the festival musicians.
Zach Huss Was born and raised in the Carolina's, where he attended school at Appalachian State University, and earned a degree in Building Science. Moved to Jackson in 2012 and has been working at Dembergh for 3 years.