MEET THE TEAM
Meet the trained professionals at Disaster Response
Beau Value has managed and operated residential, and small commercial construction for decades. A registered Master Builder, and certified BPI Contractor, he is an experienced construction professional and general contractor, and supervises all phases of property damage cleanup and repair for any size project. Beau has put together a team of exceptional professionals who have extensive building skills, and experience with residential construction in snow-country, and mountainous climates, so the Disaster Response team can handle any disaster, home-repair, or remodel. His inspired leadership, and demand for excellence guarantees that Disaster Response delivers prompt, quality work for every job, no matter the size or the challenge.
Beau lives in McCall with his family. They are energetic in the community, and he donates time and support to many charitable projects, especially family-oriented projects. Beau and his family participate in year-round outdoor activities on the water, and in the Idaho back-country—hunting, fishing and boating. They are especially active in winter sports, and his children play on the McCall school district hockey and soccer teams.
Clint Suter brings more than 15 years of experience in business development, marketing, sales, customer service and growth solutions to Disaster Response. With a mindset of service and advocacy, Clint excels at building meaningful connections.
Having built from the ground up successful construction divisions for a Fortune 200 company as well as his own successful transportation company, he understands the need to provide excellent service. Clint’s vast business experience helps to ensure that Disaster Response continues to provide excellent service that truly sets us apart.
Clint loves living in the mountains of central Idaho with his children. He is an avid snowboarder and enjoys many of the outdoor activities Idaho has to offer. Clint truly loves his community and looks for ways to give back.
Alyssa Reno has been involved in the restoration industry for over a decade. With more than fifteen years of technical expertise in the accounting industry and CRC Water Damage Restoration credentials, Alyssa heightens Disaster Response’s position as an industry leader.
Alyssa was born in Breckenridge, Colorado where she then moved to Boise, Idaho at a young age. Currently, Alyssa resides in McCall, Idaho where she excels in the application of accounting, leadership and strategic planning. When Alyssa is away from the office she enjoys action sports involving motorcycles, snowboarding, and spending time with her daughter Aspen who’s in elementary school.
Kathrine Rhodes has been overseeing financial statements for the past 5 years. Kathrine was born and raised in McCall, Idaho and currently lives in New Meadows with her husband and two kids. Kathrine enjoys being a member of the New Meadows community and currently serves as the varsity volleyball coach for Meadows Valley High School. In Kathrine’s free time she enjoys fishing, hunting, camping and being in the outdoors with her family.
Business Development Specialist / Marketing Manager
Megan Pickering is a tremendous asset to the Disaster Response Team. Megan’s broad range of skills in graphic design, social media marketing, web analytics, and business administration, coupled with her innate ability to build and foster strong relationships ensures that Disaster Response remains on the cutting edge. Megan graduated from Boise State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing and now lives in Boise, Idaho where she has for the past 5 years. Megan was born in Redding, California, and in her pass time, she loves being outdoors hunting, fishing and golfing.
Client Care Coordinator
Ben Davis has an impressive 32 years of experience in the restoration industry. For eight years straight Ben exclusively devoted his time to mold remediation, granting him a strong knowledge in all aspects of mold remediation. Ben is an expert in identifying “sick building syndrome” and construction defects. Ben is happily married to his wife Ginger and they are loving parents to their yellow lab Bailey. In Ben’s off time, he enjoys bird hunting, fly fishing, rafting, and camping. Ben’s industry-related certifications include FSRT, AMRT, OCT, and WRT.
Gabe Gabrielli has been in the building industry for the last 35 years. Throughout Gabe’s career, he has worked a vast array of jobs in the construction industry and holds the highest degree of expertise in residential construction. Gabe has achieved the honor of becoming an IBCA Master Builder and a Water Damage Restoration Technician. In Gabes free time he enjoys building design, dirt biking, golfing and when it snows, going skiing and snowmobiling. Gabe has a 28-year-old son, and currently lives and works out of McCall, Idaho where he enjoys helping people develop their dreams into a reality.
Chaase Tabuso has been performing finish carpentry mill design since 2005. Chaase has extensive experience in project management and has worked for Disaster Response for the last two years. Chaase is a certified Water Damage Restoration Technician, Odor Control Technician, Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician, and lastly an Asbestos Abatement Technician. In Chaase’s free time he enjoys mountain biking, motorcycling, and enjoying the many outdoor activities around McCall, Idaho.
Brent Young is a man of many talents. In the restoration industry, Brent is a certified IICRC Water Damage Restoration Technician, Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician, Applied Microbial Remediation Technician, and a Contents Specialist. Outside of work Brent and his four brothers are professional musicians and singers who have been playing and performing since a young age. Brent was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, and currently resides in McCall, Idaho where he enjoys singing and recording music, weight training, strength training and going hiking and skiing in the mountains.
Facilities Manager / Lead Mitigation Technician / Carpenter
Robert McCampbell serves as a Lead Mitigation Technician for Disaster Response and specializes in Fire and Smoke Restoration, Water Damage Restoration, and Carpentry work. Robert has been working alongside the Disaster Response Team for the past three years and has a strong ability to analyze mitigation situations to create timely and efficient solutions. Robert’s passions include problem-solving, spending time with his wife and two boys, and going riding on his dirtbike.
Lead Mitigation Technician
Corey Robertson has been in the restoration industry for the past 6 years and serves as a lead mitigation technician at Disaster Response. Corey is a certified Applied Structural Drying Technician, Water Damage Restoration Technician, Applied Microbial Remediation Technician, and a certified US EPA Lead Technician. Corey currently lives in McCall, Idaho where he enjoys his time outdoors hiking, fishing, and going snowboarding during the winters.
Austin Walsh has been doing carpentry work for the past 20 years becoming highly versatile in many fields of the construction industry. Austin’s strengths in concrete work, excavation, framing, finishing, and custom craftsmanship make him an exceptional asset to Disaster Response. Austin currently lives in McCall, Idaho where he creates custom carpentry log work and spends his time outdoors fishing, hiking, and hunting.
Ken Hurst has accumulated over 20 years of experience in the restoration and insurance industry. Ken’s extensive years of experience combined with his vast construction understanding makes him an invaluable asset when it comes to restoring structures. Ken maintains a high level of attention to detail throughout his work and he excels in completing jobs on time and to the highest standard. Ken loves his job and most importantly he enjoys knowing that he can use his experience to help individuals, and families get through a disaster quickly.
Lead Mitigation Technician
Michael Trittin’s 12-year background in new home construction and mitigation services pair exceptionally well with his expert certifications in Restoration Science Academy Mold Remediation, Restoration Science Academy Trauma Scene Cleaning, IICRC Water Remediation, IICRC Smoke Fire and Odor, and OSHA 10 hour. Mike has over a decade of professional customer service and home remodeling experience, equipping him with the expertise and confidence to provide professional, creative and personal work. Michael excels in working closely with each individual client to create an atmosphere that feels comfortable and professional throughout all phases of the mitigation, remediation and construction process.
Justin Spencer has been in the restoration industry for the past 10 years and carries certifications in Water Damage Restoration, Applied Structural Drying, Odor Control, Fire and Smoke Restoration, Applied Microbial Remediation, Carpet Cleaning, US EPA Lead training, and Trauma and Crime Scene Clean-Up. Justin is a father to two lovely girls and in his free time, he enjoys spending time with his growing family, camping outside, and being active in sports.
Ron Osborne has over 20 years of experience in the restoration industry. Ron has received several certifications throughout his career including IICRC certifications, and currently holds the title of a Master Water Restorer and Master Fire Restorer. Ron was born in Idaho and has spent his childhood years growing up in the LC Valley. Ron is happily married to his wife Tanzy and has been for the last 8 years. Ron’s passions include fly fishing, road biking, and spending time with his wife, two daughters, and his 15 grandchildren. Ron brings tremendous value to the Disaster Response Team, and he enjoys the opportunity of helping our clients through the disasters in their lives and getting them back to normal.
Lead Mitigation Technician / Carpenter
Travis Lewis has worked for Disaster Response for the last two and a half years and has 14 years of finish carpentry expertise. Travis is a certified water damage restorer and flood technician, with a wife and two boys. In Travis’s free time he enjoys hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors. One of Travis’s greatest passions is showcasing his skills in carpentry to create beautiful homes for others. Travis is a skilled tradesman, and we are thankful to have him on the Disaster Response Team.
Daniel McCallum is a professional mitigation technician with expertise in water damage restoration, trauma scene remediation, and odor remediation. Daniel excels in providing one of a kind customer service, and his vast array of skill sets in construction, restoration and remediation make him a great asset to have on the Disaster Response team. Daniel has a wife and two kids and enjoys being in the great outdoors participating in activities like hunting, hiking, and fishing. A good day for Daniels is a day spent outdoors.
Mike is a consummate professional with over 23 years of experience in the restoration industry. Mike is a certified AHERA Building Inspector, IICRC WRT, and RRP Renovation expert, with specialization in damage mitigation, textile restoration, and structural repairs. Mike had the opportunity of being involved with the hit A&E television show, Hoarders where he used his vast knowledge and six years of expertise in hoarding to transform people’s lives and homes. Mike is an avid guitar player and music enthusiast. He is a dedicated family man and he enjoys spending much of his free time with his children, playing his guitar, and hanging out in the mountains or down by the river.
Bridgette has worked in the customer service industry for 20 plus years. She has acquired 10 consecutive years of service in the sales and finance industry, and has excelled in providing post construction hygienic services, residential hygienic services, and has even started her own business. Bridgette’s work ethic and customer-driven mindset make her an excellent resource for clients and a strong asset to the Disaster Response team. Bridgette is a family woman with six children ranging from ages 11 years old to 27. In Bridgette’s spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband Mike and Playing bingo.
Robert Lane has worked in the construction industry for over 10 years gaining extensive knowledge in the residential construction industry. Prior to joining the team of Disaster Response, Robert served as a general contractor. Robert holds certifications in water damage restoration, water extraction, and is a certified OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen technician. Robert has been married to his wife Alyssa for 4 years and has 2 lovely boys. Robert greatly enjoys being in the outdoors, and partakes in hunting, camping, and playing golf. You can spot Robert spending his time in the communities of Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington. Roberts joys include spending time with his family, helping others, and being involved in his local church.
John (Dusty) George
Lead Mitigation Technician
John George is a Structural Water Damage Restorer and OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Technician. John has spent the last three years handling water damage mitigation in Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA where he has fostered strong client relationships and built trust. When John is away from work, he likes going on hikes with his dog Moose, spending time with his wife and two kids, and going kayaking.
Corey Sharp has been working in the restoration and mitigation industry for the past 3 years and has over 15 years of drywall installation expertise. Corey is a certified OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen technician and Water Damage Tech. Corey presently lives in Clarkston, Washington with his two girls and enjoys fishing, camping and driving off the paved road in his free time. Corey is a key resource to the Disaster Response Team and remains passionate about the work he performs.
Tyler Torrez is a certified mitigation technician with an emphasis on Bloodborne Pathogens. Tyler is trained in identifying and preventing the spread of Bloodborne pathogens, HIV, AIDS, body fluid cleanup, waste handling, Hepatitis B, C and skin diseases. Tyler excels in applying a high level of attention to detail in complex and dangerous circumstances. Tyler’s interests include working on cars, hiking in the backcountry, working out, and enjoying time spent around a bonfire.