SGS Associates is a team of home builders and real estate agents who combined bring over 50 years experience developing land and building homes in Utah Valley, specializing in hillside development. Working together we are committed to helping our home owners find the perfect townhouse, and have the best, simplest and the most fun buying experience of their lives. Whether you are a first time buyer or a savvy real estate veteran, we are here to help. Please feel free to reach out to anyone of us anytime.
Damon Stewart, Director of SalesPhone: 801-425-3478
Damon grew up right here in Springville and Provo Utah and is a proud graduate of Timpview High School. After serving an LDS mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, he spent several years back in Utah Valley managing Magleby’s Restaurant and attending college at UVU and BYU. He eventually graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a bachelors degree in Business Administration with an MIS (Management Information Systems) emphasis. Shortly there after Damon was recruited and went to work for one of the most creative and successful companies of our generation, Apple. While he didn’t invent the iPod, he did spend the next 12 years traveling the world working with large companies and individuals teaching them how to improve their lives and business with Apple computers. He has since settled down, started a family, and is now back in Provo selling and developing real estate and we are privileged to have him heading up sales and marketing here at SGS Associates and Aspen Summit. Damon brings a unique skill set to the industry and has the ability to help home buyers understand their options and make educated and informed decisions while greatly simplifying the home buying process.
Madison Rapp, Sales CounselorPhone: (801) 673-7734
Meet Madison Rapp, the newest New Home Sales Counselor at Aspen Summit. She grew up in Utah County and loves the community here, especially being encircled in the energy of a college town. She served an LDS mission in eastern Tennessee, becoming fluent in the Southern accent. She is currently a student at Brigham Young University studying Recreation Management, with an emphasis in Event and Venue Management. She has also taken courses in interior design and loves to assist new home owners as they choose their options for paint, flooring, cabinets, and countertops.
Mady recently got married to Devin Rapp, whose father is a Realtor in San Diego and started her thinking about real estate as a career. They live in Lehi with their dog Luke, and love to ride their tandem bike, look for investment properties, and watch Shark Tank.
Brian Miller, Site ManagerPhone: (801) 557-6995
Brian Miller has been in the construction industry in one aspect or another for the past 30 years. He has worked as a framing contractor, a lending officer, a site engineer, a project superintendent and now as the newest addition to the Aspen Summit team as the Site Manager.
Brian is originally from Southern California where he grew up playing baseball when he wasn’t riding the Newport Beach surf. He learned the importance of hard work from his Los Angeles Police Officer father and Registered Nurse mother. His first job was working alongside his paternal grandfather who was a General Contractor and plasterer by trade. At the tender age of 12, under careful supervision, he was given the chance to build his first house, albeit a dog house. By the time he was 17 he was running framing crews twice his age.
After relocating to the beautiful state of Utah in the late 1990’s Brian married his sweetheart Shelli. While working on a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Utah, Brian was a two-year starter on the Utes baseball team playing catcher. An injury kept him from playing professionally after being drafted in the seventh round of the 1995 MLB Draft by the Kansas City Royals.
With baseball visions behind, Brian returned to his roots of construction working for First Security Bank as a Real Estate Lending Officer. Mergers between banks led Brian again to “strap on the bags” and become a site engineer for a company installing the first reach of the Keystone Pipeline in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Upon returning from Canada Brian went to work for a custom home builder in Utah County as their Project Superintendent.
In Brian’s spare time he coaches Little League baseball, loves to have the best yard in the neighborhood and spending time with family. Brian and Shelli have a daughter attending the University of Washington. They currently reside in Alpine with their dogs Isabella and Opal.