More then simply an award winning local construction company, Lifetime Construction is full of hardworking compassionate people who truly do good. Read more about a few of our folks and how they construct good in Colorado and across the globe.
Charlie Riley is the president of Lifetime Construction but he is much more than that. He has a huge heart for missions and he lives this out by supporting many families in Africa monetarily and physically. He traveled there this past year and helped with a wedding in a tribe, helped support a church and is helping provide a better life for many. He has sponsored people stateside and abroad with education and achieving their dreams.
Charlie also is a rugby coach for the local Littleton Eagles rugby team. He also is a fan of wrestling and is his son’s biggest fan. He is also a family man and has a large family, him and his wife have 5 kids and don’t take their time together for granted. Family is a huge priority.
Learn more about Charlie’s work with the Littleton Eagles Rugby here at LittletonEagles.org/
Blake LaMunyon– Hope Rising Haiti
Along with his family Blake started Hope Rising Haiti, a non-profit focused on creating partnerships between people, churches, schools and businesses in the United States with on-site ministries in Haiti. His dream is that these partnerships will lead to a prosperous future rising for the people in Haiti filled with material provisions and spiritual blessings.
Here’s a recent video from one of the trips Blake led to Haiti with a local Colorado High School.
Learn more about Blake’s work here at HopeRisingHaiti.org
Scott & Kersea Calhoun– Calhoun Outfitters
Basically the guiding takes up most of our free time. We own 160 acres and then lease several thousand acres through the BLM to operate our guide business- Calhoun Outfitters LLC. We took this business over from Scott’s dad who started it in 1989. We are up at camp every free chance we get. Tristan loves to tag along with Scott and help him build fence or check on drop camps. Scott loves teaching Tristan how to ride a horse. He started riding by himself at 18 months old.
Learn more about Scott and Kersea’s work here at Calhoun Outfitter Facebook