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Craig Moody

Owner

Married, we have 3 children.

Native to Arizona, born in Tucson. My earliest memories of Flagstaff are when the Dome was being built in the early 70's. My mom took summer classes every summer, and we lived in the apartment style dorms at Northern Arizona University. NAU brought me back to Flagstaff for good in the mid-1980's. After working for several different companies, I decided to start my own business when my Dad's office building flooded and later my brothers office building. Thirteen years later, Mammoth Restoration is the largest restoration company in Northern Arizona. I like to camp, fish, hunt, watch sports, watch my kid's sports, and are active in our church.

Danny Hanno

General Manager

Born and raised in Arizona, married with two children. Has been employed with Mammoth Restoration for 4 years. Started as the Cleaning Restoration manager and after a year, promoted to production manager for Mammoth Restoration. As a production manager, he is responsible for scheduling all water damage, mold damage, trauma, fire damage, and bio hazard damage jobs.

Hobbies include hunting, fishing, boating, and golfing, when there is time.

Eric Nordvedt

Construction Project Manager

Lloyd Bass

Lead Certified Water Tech EMS (Emergency Managment Service)

Evan Lindseth

Project Manager - Rebuild Division

Jake Drummond

Rebuild Division

Kellein Galindo

Our oldest employee now our newest Water Tech.

Marlin Jack

Carpet Tech / Cleaning Division Lead

Skye Lennen

Skye Lennen - Mammoth's Newest addition

When you call Skye will be the voice of Mammoth Restoration

Admin / Customer Service
 

Tim Warren

 

Marketing

Arizona native born in Phoenix. Parents were teachers and family moved every three years. Northern Arizona University brought me back to Flagstaff in early 80"s. Experience in supervision, retail audio sales, customer service, networking. Enjoy family, the great outdoors, skiing, riding, photography, hiking, skydiving. Living in such a beautiful area as Northern Arizona the mountains and the surrounding area provide unlimited opportunity to spend time outside. Keeping up with family across the county, Idaho, Tennessee, as well as middle Arizona.