Fort Collins Mechanics
"I can truly tell you that I am as much in love with my profession and customer service today as I was in 1969 when I first started."
Chuck started in the automotive industry March of 1969. His job title was automotive dealer. He was promptly moved to line technician and then to parts department. He was able to work in the parts department for four years, which enabled him to learn all about the parts of vehicles and their functions. In 1974, he decided to apply for a service manager position with Mazda. He was hired as the service and parts manager in March 1974. He really liked Mazda, the position he was in and dedicated himself to providing the best customer service possible. From 1983 to 1993 he received many awards from Mazda Corporation in Los Angeles. July 9th of 1993, he decided to open his own automotive business called MazTech. He came in with the same desires of providing the best customer service possible, and he is proud to say that he still has customers coming to MazTech All-Tech Automotive that he provided service for in 1974. Since MazTech opened in July of 1993, we have serviced nearly 64,000 vehicles. Chuck loves to give back to the community and every year supports many charities and great causes. He is also a part of Business Networking International and a member of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce. In his spare time he loves to travel, spend time with family and most often, go fishing.
Brian CarpenterMaster Technician
“To this day I still take pride in doing a job right: just knowing I repaired thousands of vehicles on the road whose owners depend on every day, makes me proud. Auto repair is constantly changing, cars change every day as new technology emerges and it is my goal to keep up with those changes so I can provide good service to our customers.”
Brian has been repairing cars and trucks since the early 90’s. He grew up on a dairy farm and his experience repairing vehicles of all types began there. From those experiences he realized he had a passion for diagnosing and repairing what was wrong with a vehicle. He started working at MazTech while still in college in Nov. 1996. Since then he has attended several classes ranging from diesel trucks to hybrid cars. He is certified ASE Master Automotive Technician, a loving husband to Brandy and father to his pride and joy Brianne. In his spare time he spends it with his family and his many animals at home on the farm.
Nick WolhartMaster Technician
“A livin legend needs eggs.” - Jane Cobb
Nick’s interest in cars started when he was young. He was collecting car toys and building models by the age of ten. Soon after, he was helping Dad with the upkeep on the family cars. During his senior year, he took an auto class at Front Range Community College. After graduation he attended FRCC for two years and received his Associates Degree in automotive technologies. He is now an ASE Certified Technician and has been with the MazTech All-Tech Automotive family for 6 years now. He has a beautiful wife, Laura and the two of them really enjoy date nights in their spare time. Other activities they enjoy are movies, bowling, motorcycle rides and playing board games.
“I truly love coming to work everyday!.”
Michelle Meek started her automotive repair career here at Maz-Tech. She‘s from a small town in Kentucky and actually never thought she’d move to the city, but is happy she did! Not only did she meet her husband but found a home here at Maz-Tech. In her spare time she loves to ride her Harley and do gardening. If you hear a sweet southern accent, you know you’re talking to Michelle!
Mark SansonService Writer
Mark grew up in the Appalachian Mountains on the east coast and attended the University Of Massachusetts before his explorations brought him to Maine for 8 years where he worked as a facilities director for an artist in residence organization. He always enjoyed learning and working on his own vehicles which landed him in a mechanic position fixing other vehicles for his surrounding community. He was offered a job from an old friend in Fort Collins which is what brought him to Colorado 10 years ago. He moved into a Service Writer and Project Manager position after working hands on for a custom repair shop and now enjoys the customer service side of the industry here at Maz-Tech. When Mark isn’t working he can be found camping, hiking, climbing, or on some remote adventure in the mountains or long distance endurance ride on his motorcycle.
Amy HoardCustomer Service Representative
No act of kindness however small , is ever wasted - Aesop
Amy is our Customer Service Representative. She is a Native of Colorado loves the Racing world and anything Mopar. In her off time, she enjoys spending her time with her only son. We are glad to have her here with us and she is learning more and more everyday.
Tripp RennerLube Technician
As you can tell, Tripp loves his job!
Ashley OrtizOur Bookkeeper
My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style. - Maya Angelou