Augusta

Chris Weeks
Owner

Certifications: BS, Mechanical Engineering, Southern Polytechnic State University
Hobbies: Golf, grilling, building a hot rod with my dad

First Car: ’90 Nissan Truck lowered
“I remember wiring up a home stereo with huge speakers in the back and riding in town at three in the morning with the volume as loud as it would go playing ‘hair band’ music.”

Wilbert Delgado
Technician

Will Delgado has been an [atc] technician for over eight years and has his ASE Master certification and Advanced Level. His first car was a 1989 Toyota Celica GT which he hit a light pole with trying to drift..

Jennifer Fannon
Service Advisor

Jennifer Fannon has been an [atc] service advisor for over five years, she has completed the Elite Masters course and is an ASE certified service advisor. She loves to be with her family, enjoys reading, travel, cooking and being outdoors. Jenn is also a “left handed Canadian.” Her first car was a 2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse which she drove across country to British Columbia.

Meredith Easler
Service Advisor

Meredith Easler has been an [atc] service advisor for over a year. She has a sales background selling vehicles and NAPA parts. Mere has completed her Elite Masters Course and has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics from Wofford College. She loves golfing and has caddied for Arnold Palmer, John Rollins, Woody Austin and Sterling Sharpe. She is a hat lover, has three dogs and enjoys doing anything outdoors. Her first car was a 2000 Chevy Cobalt SS. In it she ran out of gas four times and locked her keys in it five times…all in the same month.

Kevin Kennedy
Sales

Kevin Kennedy has over 35 years of sales experience. He has been at [atc] for over three years focusing on fleet sales. He enjoys golfing, ice hockey and NASCAR. His first car was a 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe which was towed home by his mom on a 20 foot chain attached to her ’69 Olds-Vista Cruiser wagon.

Anthony Kim
Technician

Anthony Kim has been an [atc] technician for over three years and is ASE certified (A3, A4, A5 and A7). He enjoys video games, knitting cat sweaters with his mom and making Kimchi with his mom. His first car was a 1992 Grand Am.

Kathleen Lariscy
Office Administration

Kathleen Lariscy has been the office administrator for [atc] for almost 35 years. She enjoys reading, baking and her two dogs. Her first car was a 1970 VW convertible Beetle that she always rode with the top down.

Jason Miller
Technician

Jason Miller has ten years of experience and has been an [atc] technician for over a year. He enjoys football, lake time and his family. He has three pigs and two dogs. His first car was a 1988 Subaru Justy which he blew the engine in trying to drag race.

Brandon Mulcahy
Technician

Brandon Mulcahy has been an [atc] technician for over a year. He is ASE certified in hydraulic brakes, engine repair, steering and suspension and AC 609. Brandon attended Lincoln College of Technology. He enjoys racing R/C short course tracks, video games and shooting. His first car was a 2003 Chevy Cavalier. One time he hit an unmarked railroad going 45 mph….let’s just say it was really cool.

David Moore
Technician

David Moore has been an [atc] technician for over fifteen years and is ASE certified A1-A8 and L1. He enjoys camping, racing and fishing. His first car was a 1976 Chevy Camaro in which he broke his transmission when his shifter went into low at 50 mph when he bottomed out on a dirt road.

Scott Weeks
Technician

Scott Weeks has been an [atc] technician for over twenty-six years. He enjoys studying Civil War history, cycling and antiques. His first car was a brand new 1994 F150 Ford truck.

Grovetown

Brian Weeks
Owner

Certifications: BS, Mechanical Engineering, Southern Polytechnic State University

First Car: ’65 Ford Mustang
“At the age of 12 I was pulled over while driving my dad’s Ford F-150 down Walton Way…with him in the passenger seat of course.”

Katie Adams
Customer Service

Katie Adams was recently hired as an [atc] customer service rep and is also learning parts. She enjoys gardening, the outdoors and her three dogs. Her first car was a 2006 Toyota Corolla S.

Mary Jones
Service Advisor

Mary Jones has been an [atc] service advisor for over four years and she has completed the Elite Masters course and is an ASE certified service advisor. Mary enjoys making Christmas wreaths, going to football and baseball games and her pets. Her first car was a Ford Taurus which [atc] replaced the transmission. Two weeks later it was totaled.

Cody Leeking
Service Advisor

Cody Leeking has been an [atc] service advisor for over five years and has completed the Elite Masters course. Cody has traveled to six countries and four continents. His first car was a 1994 Ford Ranger which didn’t have reverse so he had to park it strategically to avoid embarrassment.

Nate Neal
Technician

Nate Neal has been an [atc] technician for almost a year and has six ASE certifications. He enjoys hunting and fishing with his boys. His first car was a 1985 Chevy C-10 that he still has.

Nathan Otterbein
Technician

Nathan Otterbein enjoys golf, skateboarding, cooking and video games. He has over ten years experience and has been an [atc] technician for over three years. Nathan is ASE certified A1-8, L1 and is a Toyota Master Technician. His first car was a 1989 Plymouth Laser Turbo he bought for $300. He towed it home, replaced the PCM and it ran great.

Toby Spivey
Technician

Toby Spivey has been an [atc] technician for over two years and is certified in engine repair, suspension, brakes, electrical, heating and air and engine performance. His first car was a 1971 Toyota Corolla.

Dylan Spivey
Technician

Dylan Spivey has been an [atc] technician for almost two years. He enjoys hanging out with his friends and he likes classic cars. His first car was a 1999 Supercharged Buick Riviera.

Zoe Karpowich-White
Student Intern

Zoe has been a technician intern with [atc] for almost a year. She has five student certifications and her Snap-On multimeter certification. Zo enjoys signing, writing and music. Her first car was a 2006 Jeep Liberty in which she wasted $3,000 on in less than two weeks.