Integrity’s Denver Team

Jerry Fristoe

Jerry Fristoe

Project Manager
Denver

Ben Buccholz, Project Manager

Ben Buchholz

Project Manager
Denver

Donna Manuszak, Customer Care Manager

Donna Manuszak

Customer Care Manager
Denver

Devin Larsen, Project Manager

Devin Larsen

Project Manager
Denver

Ken Fristoe, Production Manager

Ken Fristoe

Project Manager
Denver

Kris Rupple, Project Manager

Kris Rupple

Project Manager
Denver

Matt Ko, Project Manager

Matt Ko

Project Manager
Denver

Integrity’s Colorado Springs Team

Adam Esparza

Adam Esparza

General Manager
Colorado Springs

Garrett Ericksen

Garrett Ericksen

Project Manager
Colorado Springs

Josiah Waggoner | Project Manager

Josiah Waggoner

Project Manager
Colorado Springs

Teresa Fristoe

Teresa Fristoe

CFO
Colorado Springs

Tamara Smith | Customer Care Team

Tamara Smith

Customer Care Team
Colorado Springs

Samantha Costanzo, Production Manager

Samantha Costanzo

Production Manager
Colorado Springs

John Babb, Project Manager

John Babb

Project Manager
Colorado Springs

Blake Waggy, Project Manager

Blake Waggy

Project Manager
Colorado Springs

Josh Strain - Colorado Springs Roofing Project Manager

Josh Strain

Project Manager
Colorado Springs

Sebastian Mauchly - Colorado Springs Roofing Project Manager

Sebastian Mauchly

Project Manager
Colorado Springs

Integrity’s Monument Team

Ryan Laurence | Project Manager

Ryan Laurence

Project Manager
Monument

Jeff Arnold | Project Manager

Jeff Arnold

Project Manager
Monument

Melanie Schwartz | Marketing Director

Melanie Schwartz

Marketing Director

Hometown: Fort Worth, TX

Education: Texas Christian University and National Academy of Sports Medicine

Favorite Pastimes: Snowboarding, Hiking, Camping, Traveling the world, Volleyball, Spending time with the people I love, and Long distance running

Funny Story: When I was little I was my dad’s BIGGEST fan. My dad is a hotshot patent and intellectual attorney in Fort Worth, Texas and Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Well when I was 5 my dad had a case that was going on (what I thought) for way to long. I wasn't getting my normal "daddy time". So I took it upon myself to write a letter to the judge telling him to please let my dad win because I missed him and because he’s the best dad in the world! Instead of my dad just laughing it off he actually gave it to the judge! I didn't find out till later that he was a dear friend of my dad's. The judge has that letter framed in his office to this day! He did win the case, I would like to say it’s because I wrote that letter but we all know that's not how that works!