About Grand Valley Lodging
Grand Valley Lodging is a property management company located in Teton
Valley Idaho. Our office is in the town of Driggs at 158 North 1st East
Street. Normal business hours are from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through
Friday, and Saturdays by appointment. The office is closed Sundays and
Holidays, however special arrangements can be made in advance to open the
office for clients or owners.
Mike Sleep - Owner, is originally from Sandpoint, Idaho but has spent a decent amount of time living in and traveling the majority of the state. Growing up on Schweitzer Mountain in the winters and Lake Pend Oreille in the summers, with later summers spent fighting forest fires out of Bonners Ferry Ranger District, Mike is always looking for those sunny summer days to get out on the trails either on foot or mountain bike.
Earl Davis - Office Manager, came to Teton Valley in 2015 from Bellingham, Washington to play in snow! When he's not working, Earl enjoys hiking, mountain biking, camping, snowboarding, and getting lost in the mountains.
Krista Valdez - Property Manager, moved to Teton Valley in 2003 from Utah, to get away from the busy city life. Krista has worked in the industry since 2012, and enjoys the duality of creativity and structured, organizational, work as a Property Manager. In her free time, Krista enjoys spending time with her family, being on the Teton River, and community involvement.
Don Register - Maintenance, moved to Teton Valley in 2005 from Enumclaw, Washington - having lived in the area in the 70's & 80's he missed it! Don has been doing this type of work since the mid 80's and enjoys problem solving and the teamwork of his job. In his free time, Don enjoys skiing, hiking, photography and playing music.
Piper was a resident at the Teton Valley Community Animal Shelter until her little heart (and ours) was warmed in 2011, finding her loving forever home at the Grand Valley Lodging office. Since then Piper has become an exceptional office assistant, putting in a solid 40 hours per week, and is particularly interested in the copy and fax machines. As you can see, she does fit well into her office chair. All new leases should have at least one cat print to be considered complete.