Donny Seyfer is a second-generation repair shop owner and ASE Master Technician. An active industry educator Donny is past chairman of the Automotive Service Association and works nationally to help repair shops with IT and service information utilization. Donny also was the ASA event organizer. Donny is also a member of the board of trustees of NATEF and a trustee of AMi. Hear Donny Seyfer in episode 30 (ASA) and 33 and recently on a Town Hall Academy on Lean Processes.
Pete Rudloff is a technician, national automotive instructor/advisor, a nationally published technical writer and owner of Pete’s Garage Inc. in Newark, DE. Pete has a passion for training and created the Delaware training Group to bring technicians together in an environment that fosters learning. Pete’s Garage has a reputation as friend to the general auto repair shops with more than 40 local shops calling themselves customers. Pete’s Garage is known for fixing difficult to fix cars and has grown more into a diagnostic destination than a maintenance shop. Hear Pete in episodes 123.
Craig O’Neill initially began college seeking a degree in history however set aside his full-time education, to join the family business. Craig committed himself to scaling the 3rd generation business, O’Neill’s Transmission & Service. An ASE certified technician and service consultant, he is excited about the technological advances the industry is seeing. Craig is committed to elevating the professional image of the automotive service community, and consistently looking for ways communicate with bright young people regarding the opportunities that exist in our automotive service profession. This is Craigs first appearance on the Remarkable Results Radio Podcast.
Dave Wagner is a technician working at Savage Automotive Technologies in Northeast Philadelphia. There he has continued his education in our great industry. Dave is an ASE CMAT, L1, L2, L3, the Assistant Coordinator Delaware Training Group and an EV/Hybrid tech. Dave started as so many techs did changing oil at his uncle’s shop on weekends when he was 12 years old. He started the professional side of his career as a tech in dealerships in 1996. Dave is currently working with a mentor to become an instructor to help teach and motivate others to want to learn what this industry has to offer.