Our staff is what makes Ambiance special
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Michael moved out to sunny Tucson Arizona in 2005 to escape the cold and look for a better opportunity. Shortly after moving to Arizona he was hired on as a Pool cleaner with a local company named Mike’s Pool Service and Repair. They taught him the in’s and out’s of Pool Service and Repair. A few years after he hired on with this locally grown company they sold off most of the business. During that process they were able to help him with his business start up. Michael found early on that relationships are the key to success. Honest and integrity really do matter in the growth of the company. Michael is also the Co-owner of Omni Pool Builders and Design, and Owner of Life Saver Pool Fence of Tucson. Michael has a beautiful wife and 3 awesome kids. His wife has supported him and this business from the beginning. Family is the most important thing to him in this life and they will always come first.
Maria originally worked in pool building as a Construction Scheduler for 5 years then took a break from the pool industry until returning in 2014 to be the Office Manager at Ambiance Pool Service. Customers can count on Maria to answer questions and help with any issues they may be encountering with their pool or anything else! Maria is blissfully married and is a mother of four beautiful children.
Repair Service Coordinator
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Retail Store Manager
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Pool Repair Technician
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Mark has been in the pool and spa repair field for 8 years. He has cleaned and repaired pools and spas but his true passion is spa repairs. We really enjoy having him as he is a jack of all trades, with his specialty being in this industry. Mark enjoys being out doors during his free time and has been an asset to the Ambiance Pool Service team.
Michelle has been in the pool service industry for nearly 5 years and believes this is her career calling. She pays great attention to detail and leaves her pools crystal clear and ready to enjoy after her every visit. Her customers satisfaction is her greatest goal. With 15+ years in customer service, she’s always ready to answer any questions you may have and if she doesn’t know the answer, she won’t stop until she gets it. She’s married and they have 3 daughters. In their free time they enjoy camping, taking the boat out to the lake or just sitting around enjoying each other’s company.
Nate has over 5 years of experience in the pool industry. He is CPR certified because safety is very important to him. Nate grew up in Washington State where he holds over 20 titles in Canoe Racing. Nate is one of the nicest guys we have ever met and has shown us that quality is more important than anything in the pool industry. Nate recently had his first baby boy and really enjoys being a father.
Kent has been in the pool industry for many years and has experience in retail, wholesale, sales, service, safety, and management. He is dedicated to customer service and job safety with a certification in CPR. He is a happily married to a beautiful writer, has two daughters, and one granddaughter. Kent has called the Old Pueblo home for 38 years now.
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IN LOVING MEMORY….
Martin Albert Huerta, Jr.
June 28, 1988 – June 12, 2018
Martin Albert Huerta, Jr. 29, passed away June 12, 2018.
Preceded in death by Grandmother, Henrietta Munoz; Grandfather, Raul
Munoz, Tata Albert Huerta; Uncle, Jose Luis Huerta.
Survived by Wife, Chantal Koestel Huerta; daughter, Madison Carmelita
Huerta; parents, Martin A. Huerta Sr. and Mary Ann Huerta; sister, Megan
(Ben) Mendiola; godaughter, Emma Henrietta Mendiola; nephew, Gabriel
William Mendiola; brother, Michael Antonio Huerta (Kathy Du); In laws,
Phillip and Evelyn Koestel, Maria Tellez Koestel, Gabriella Tellez Koestel,
Sabrina Tellez Koestel, Scarlett Tellez Koestel and Phillip Emmitt-Tellez
Koestel Jr. also many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.
Martin was born to Martin “Marty” and Mary Ann Huerta on June 28, 1988.
The first week of his life was spent in the hospital and his mother did not get
to hold or see him during that week.
When his mother, Mary Ann, finally got to see and hold him in her arms,
she saw he had red hair.
It was at that moment that Mary Ann thought to herself “He is my Wuerito”
and the nickname, “Wuero,” as many of his family and friends know him,
Martin was a happy child with a charismatic personality.
Being the firstborn child, Martin was a natural born leader and succeeded in
everything he set his heart on.
As a big brother he took his siblings under his wing and helped guide them
Martin was a four-time All Star baseball player; he graduated from Amphi
High School in 2006 and attended the University of Arizona.
As a member of the Amphi High School football team, he was also an All
Martin had a larger than life personality and lit up every room he entered.
He was a happy, friendly, person who always saw the positive side of any
Born: June 28, 1988
Death: June 12, 2018