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Dan Bryant, though born in Elgin, Illinois, is a long time local to the Vail Valley. Having lived in the Vail Valley for forty years, Dan spends most of his free time in the outdoors hunting, fishing, skiing and hiking.
Dan moved to Colorado to attend Fort Lewis College in Durango where he received his BA in Business Administration and Economics, with a Minor in Accounting. In 1988 Dan became the manager of the Driver Program for Colorado Mountain Express, managing drivers across the state of Colorado. Later, in 2001, Dan began working with Fly Fishing Outfitters, where he was the general manager for 12 years.
Dan met his beautiful wife, Henrietta (Henny), in 1986 and they married two years later in 1988. The two now live together in Avon, Colorado.
Dan is also the proud owner of Map the Xperience, a GIS company that specializes in creating spectacular GPS accurate maps for the outdoor recreator.
Dan joined the Remonov team as the Property Manager and Bookeeper in 2014. His love for the outdoors not only fit in well with the team, but his organization and attention to detail is what has helped Remonov become the business it is today.
An Edwards, Colorado native, Makenzie Mueller prides herself on for her family’s business, helping to bring Remonov to the next generation. Makenzie was valedictorian at Battle Mountain High School, where she participated in a diverse set of clubs and activities, as well as lettered on the Dance Team. Upon high school graduation, she then attended Santa Clara University, where she studied Political Science; International Business; Arabic, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Studies; and graduated Valedictorian Candidate and Magna Cum Laude in 2016. She also studied abroad at the Jordanian Institute of Diplomacy and Policy.
After college, Makenzie moved to Salt Lake City where she worked in E-Commerce for the climbing company, Petzl America. In 2018, however, she decided that she wanted to spend more time with family and moved back to the Vail Valley to work with her parents.
Today, as Vice President of Remonov, Makenzie manages Edwards Corner, a 50,000 square foot commercial building with over fifty tenants. Makenzie is also the project manager for Remonov's proposed 188-unit workforce housing coliving development called the Mtn Hive. She also serves on the board of the Walters HOA in New Castle, Colorado.
In her free time, Makenzie is involved in several volunteer activities and organizations. She serves on the Vail Valley Partnership's Economic Development Advisory Council; the Vista Project at Eagle County; and on the Board of Directors and the Marketing and Communications committee of the International Folk Art Market Santa Fe. Makenzie enjoys spending her afternoons and weekends practicing and teaching acrobatic yoga, cooking, and paddling the river on her SUP.
Jesse Hernreich graduated from Prescott College with a B.A. in Environmental Science; Agricultural Ecology & Ecological Design. She received a M.S. from the New School NYC in Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management. In 2016, Jesse earned a Graduate Certificate in Water Resource Management and Climate Science from Columbia University in New York. She began teaching Permaculture at both Prescott College and The Ecosa Institute in 2009, after receiving her Teacher Training Certification from Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute. A recipient of the Ecological Design Certificate from Ecosa in 2007, Jesse continued to teach and sit on the board of Ecosa Institute prior to being hired as the Executive Director & C.E.O in 2017.
Jesse’s Professional profile includes; founder of Oakhaven Permaculture a Colorado Non-Profit organization, adjunct professor at Prescott College, research hydrologist for the EPA as an intern for Columbia University’s Water Center, hydrologist and regulatory consultant for Re-Current Hydroelectric LLC, student coordinator and office administrator at the Ecosa Institute, owner & principle designer at Oakhaven Landscaping LLC.
As a natural scientist, she has acquired a diverse set of skills including; climate science, hydrologic physics, design management, equine therapy, and permaculture. Her passion for natural resource management is at the core of all her professional undertakings.
Vice-Chairman of the Board
Rick Mueller is an Eagle Valley resident who has made an indelible mark on the community of Edwards, Colorado through his work as a developer.
Rick’s foray into real estate development started as he followed his passion for recreation to a place famous for it: the Vail Valley. Mueller met his business partner, Bob Hernreich, in 1993 on a training ride for the Leadville 100 bike race. The two formed Remonov & Co., Inc—a tongue-in-cheek portmanteau for “recreational monsters of Vail” and purchased 35 acres in the “down-valley” area of Edwards.
Today, that 35-acres is the home to Edwards Commercial Park, Edwards Corner and Edwards Village Center. These commercial centers boast 250 retail, office, medical, and restaurants. The lower Homestead residential community is also part of that initial purchase.
Mueller started out as a University of Colorado scholar with a civil engineering and business degree before becoming the youngest real estate broker in Colorado in 1976. Upon embarking on a 134-unit project in his native Colorado Springs, the developer went bankrupt leaving Mueller to take the reins and become the contractor. Later, he dove into more development with the building of residential homes, numerous commercial centers and landmark projects including the Vista Bahn building in Vail, Colorado, as well as commercial and residential projects in Arizona. Since 1993, all his projects have been architectural award-winning ventures.
Mueller has been involved with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle and Lake Counties since 1999 where he served as board president for four years. During his unprecedented tenure with Habitat, the organization scaled from building one home every three years to building eight per year. He has also been an Edwards Future Land Use advisory member, a volunteer for the Walking Mountains Science School, and a donor to the Vail Valley Foundation.
With a pilot’s license and profound love of Colorado, Mueller worked throughout the state and met his wife Rita on the Silverton-Durango Train. Rick and Rita have one daughter, Makenzie, who is working in the family business.
The Muellers formed a transit advertising company, an entrepreneurial success story of developing advertising on transit in resort towns. Together, they grew it to 22 ski areas and 10 resort airports serving ski resorts in Colorado and the western USA.
Bobby (Robert) Hernreich
Chairman of the Board
Robert (Bobby) E. Hernreich is a life-long entrepreneur, sports-team owner, sportsman and real estate developer currently based in Edwards, Colorado and Paris, France.
Mr. Hernreich was an owner of the Sacramento Kings of the NBA, Texas Rangers of the MLB, Arizona Rattlers of the AFL, and the Sacramento Monarchs of the WNBA. Currently he is an owner of Swansea City AFC of the English Premier League and DC United of the MLS. From November 1989 to June 1996, he served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sigma Broadcasting Company, formerly Arkansas’ largest television and radio station operator. He served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Colorado State Parks and Outdoor Recreation and was essential in having Brush Creek added to Sylvan Lake State Park in Eagle County.
Hernreich has been a member of the Board of Directors of The Eagle Valley Land Trust, the Vail Valley Foundation, the Vilar Center, the Snowboard Outreach Society, and was a founding member of the The Youth Foundation, all in Vail Valley. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Hernreich served as a Director of both K2 Sports and Ride, Inc. Hernreich also served as the Chairman of United States Repeating Arms, maker of Winchester sporting firearms.
Hernreich met his business partner, Rick Mueller, in 1993 on a training ride for the Leadville 100 bike race.
Hernreich and Mueller partnered to form Remonov & Co Inc.—a tongue-in-cheek portmanteau for “recreational monsters of Vail” and purchased 35 acres in the “down- valley” area of Edwards.
Today, that 35 acres is essentially Edwards, Colorado