Chuck English is retiring as of January 16, 2017, after 36 years with Deer Valley Resort. Thank you Chuck, for your leadership, friendship and many contributions to Deer Valley Resort. We wish you all the best in your retirement. Chuck English served as director of mountain operations for Deer Valley Resort for 31 years and has worked
It’s the same dream that attracts so many people to the mountains—a season of ski-bumming, working at a resort and hitting the slopes at every opportunity. Of course, more people dream about it than actually do it, worried about the realities of life in a mountain town. But Utah’s Deer Valley Resort has worked to
Deer Valley Resort is pleased to welcome Hector Armendariz as the new chef for The Brass Tag, the resort’s gourmet brick-oven restaurant. Having worked in hotels and resorts for more than 10 years, Armendariz will oversee The Brass Tag’s new menu, which features Deer Valley-inspired comfort food and specialized brick oven cuisine. “Hector has shared
Deer Valley Resort announced the promotion of Jodie Rogers to director of food and beverage. Julie Wilson, Deer Valley’s former director of food and beverage for over 30 years, will be retiring from the director position and transitioning to consulting for special food and beverage projects for Deer Valley Resorts, including Solitude Mountain Resort.
Director of Skier Service, John Guay oversees the entire Deer Valley Ski School, the resort ski rental operations, children’s center and lift ticket sales. So, if you are a skier and are about to enjoy Deer Valley Resort, you will appreciate the many services that John has developed and polished over a period of 33 years! JF: What
Bryan is another first year staff member working as an assistant in the Human Resources Department. Until recently he was a member of the Utah Opera and has performed all over the world. He is also one of a select pair of Deer Valley male employees who come to work daily, wearing some form of