Anchor is co-owned by Kris and Frank.Anchor Restoration of Utah

Kris was touched by the entrepreneurial spirit early in life and was intrigued by the idea of starting a new venture. Going beyond Sales and Marketing, she remains in the field building relationships, and looking for opportunities to edify others in their business and personal pursuits. Kris recognizes her business is a service business that carries a price, but her desire to serve others doesn’t stop with opportunities that bring profit.  For Kris, business is a way to not only generate revenue and employment for others, but a way to strengthen the general community and touch the individual. A key aspect of her professional career is giving back to others.                                                                                                                

Frank can best be described as a humble giant. Frank entered the entrepreneurial world from corporate America.  After a few decades of loyalty to a local company, Frank decided it was time to use his managerial experience and take his fate in his own hands to create success for himself. His experience leading by example helped prepare him for success in the entrepreneurial arena. Speak to any client of Anchor and chances are they’ll describe Frank as he works side by side his employees, in the trenches, setting the example and pace. His decades of experience working face to face with clients have developed a deep appreciation for client engagement and exceeding client expectations.

They are certified in the restoration industry with the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) and have been working together 24 years out of their 32 years of marriage. 

Kris and Frank have raised 2 wonderful children; Mason 24 and Mikell 21; and love spending time with friends and family. 

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