About Us

Capstone Construction and Management, Inc. specializes in custom high-end home building and whole house remodels and additions. Whatever the project may be, we’re dedicated to helping you make your dreams come true.

Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Capstone specializes in high-end custom homes and commercial buildings. Capstone is a leader of fine craftsmanship and quality serving the residential home industry in the Jackson Hole area. Capstone’s crew of skilled workers not only builds custom homes and commercial buildings, but remodels and constructs additions as well. The crew of Capstone Construction and Management, Inc. maintains the highest levels of integrity, product quality, and service. Owned and operated by Tim Ciocarlan since 1975, Capstone is dedicated to building your unique mountain home.

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I was a Teenage Band Geek

I remember sitting with a music teacher talking about instruments when I was in 5th grade, I vaguely remember holding a clarinet but I ended up playing the flute because my cousin Audry had one she no longer played, and that is what my parents could afford. The first tune I ever played was Hot Cross Buns, my mom says I practiced it all the time, I don’t remember that. I do remember practicing my flute sitting on my bedroom floor, legs crossed, and music on the floor. Perhaps the fact that practicing my flute was fun, not like homework, is why I don’t remember how much i did it.

A few weeks prior to starting my Freshman year at Azusa High School, marching band rehearsal started. I don’t remember being bothered that band cut my summer vacation short. My very first performance with the Azusa Aztec Marching Band was marching onto the field of Angel Stadium in Anaheim to open a Dodger game with the Star Spangled Banner. I was hooked!

The Azusa Aztec Marching Band was good, we won many awards. I had to memorize all my marching music, I still remember what our competition marches were. My Freshman year it was was Army of the Nile, the first march I memorized and as I type this I can her it in my head. French National Defile March my Sophomore year, “today-today-today, not tomorrow-tomorrow-tomorrow”. And The Southerner my Junior Year, (I might have my Junior and Sophomore years mixed up). We played the Southerner March in the community band a few years ago, it was fun playing one of our old marches. Except my 50+ year old eyes and the tiny little notes on that 6 3/3 x 5 piece of paper, I had to enlarge my copy so I could read it. Continue reading “I was a Teenage Band Geek”