I’ve been a mechanic for 26 years and am Honda certified! I have always loved being able to figure out the way things work; whether it be tearing down and rebuilding or just having the vision to see how it works and being able to replicate it! Id have to say the best days are ones where I can spend it outdoors!! I also love going camping and having big campfires with friends and family. If I’m not on my motorcycle you’ll probably catch me out on a kayak
In my free time I enjoy racing and drifting cars, one of the projects I’m working on right now is a 1992 Nissan 240sx that I hope to be putting sideways into corners and full throttling through straight aways! When I’m not working on my cars, I love going out hunting during season and down to the range when its offseason! I also have a passion for building computers and playing games on them to unwind from a long day!
I’ve been in the automotive industry for 8 year but have practically grown up in it, my father was a master mechanic so needless to say fixing cars is a part of my DNA! I see the auto industry constantly changing and evolving every day, it is my mission to inform and educate consumers on there automobile and its current state! I have a loving wife and lots of fur babies! We just bought a house so I spend lots of my time with “never ending projects” but I wouldn’t have it any other way! The summer months are my favorite because I get to go to outdoor concerts, have cookouts, go kayaking and have bon fires in the evening! During the winter I love to travel to tropical islands to escape the cold and snow of New Hampshire! I am also very passionate about sports and music! Did I mention I’m a diehard Miami Dolphins fan?
I always had an interest in how things worked. I was the type of kid to take apart and put together my toys and experiment with how they worked and could be changed. My father was an equipment tech on farm and industrial machinery who I watched work his way up to management then ownership of Knoxland Equipment. I also learned to work on equipment there.
Later I had an interest in aviation and aerospace and spent 2 years at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach, FLA in their aircraft engineering program. While I did not complete the program, I still was good at mechanical things so switched to aircraft maintenance at Riverside School of Aeronautics in Utica, NY. There I graduated in the top 5 of my class. I went on to work off and on at several aircraft maintenance facilities around NH including Pan Am ot the Portsmouth airport. In between I worked at several auto shops ranging from small 2 bay shops to large dealerships like Tulley’s in Nashua and Dobles in Manchester NH. There I got extensive factory training for GM and became more interested in the ongoing technological development of cars.
I worked at a used car dealer for a while and continued my education on my own before winding up at Accomplished auto as the lead tech for about 6 years, all the while learning and growing. This was about the time I met my current wife Kathy who encouraged me to continue to grow and learn. When the old owner of Accomplished Auto decided it was time for him to move on with the encouragement and assistance of my loving wife, I purchased the business in December of 2017. Since then I have continued to grow and learn and help serve my customers and the community to the best of my ability.
During my off time I enjoy gardening and doing home improvement around our house and spending time with Kathy. We also enjoy going on nature walks, Kayaking around our beautiful state including at the ocean and camping.