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  • Jack TerHar
    303.469.1801 x.6514

    Jack joined his dad's dealership in 1970 and was quickly shown to be a natural in the automotive business. His success at building a wonderful family and business stems from an innate ability to make friends and positively influence those around him. His close relationship with the manufacturers has led him to having a unique perspective on the automotive industry. On his down time, he is an avid golfer and loves to travel. More than anything, he is proud of what Sill-TerHar has become, and values that his entire family is involved in its continued growth. He is pictured here with his wife Penny. 

    Favorite Car:
    2003 Ford GT

  • Greg Larson
    303.469.1801 x.129

    Greg's a Broomfielder through and through. He joined the staff in 2002 as a manager and has become known for his gruff exterior, however most of us know that if you don't let it phase you, you can get to his soft, nougaty center. As any well-versed leader, he commands respect and returns affection. He's a lot like Batman in that way. He loves the outdoors and his fifth wheel that he takes "camping."

  • Jeremy Lindstom
    Ford Sales Manager
    303.469.1801 x.171

    Jeremy joined us in late 2017 as our Internet Sales Manager. If you've contacted us by internet, there's a good chance that Jeremy has had a hand in those communications. When our Lincoln showroom was developed from the ground-up, he served as the Lincoln Sales Manager there before coming to the Ford showroom to be the Ford Sales Manager. He works with our salespeople to make sure our customers have an easy path through the buying process. Also, his military and correctional facility experience mean that he has a soft spot that you can really feel the moment you meet him. He tells me he loves Ligers too. Neat, huh?

  • Austin Fox
    Sales Manager

    Austin Fox came and joined Sill-TerHar a year after COVID first hit. So expectations for him were very low. I asked him about the most unique thing that ever happened to him and he told me a story that involved a colostomy bag. Needless to say, it's not a great story for a bio. He couldn't come up with anything else. So let me tell you about this odd, and surprisingly skinny new car manager. I have never seen anyone eat more sugar, not even my 8 year old would be able to digest the levels of sugar that Austin is able to shrug off. During the summer, it is very common for him to order a pint of Baskin Robbins ice cream, and finish it off in an hour or so. This isn't a terribly impressive feat until you consider that he does it 5 days a week, and he can't weigh more than 140 pounds. The other day I looked at the ice cream section in the grocery store and the button fired off my pants, cracked the glass door, and embedded itself in a carton of Rocky Road. I really liked those pants. Austin has a remarkably charming way with customers, he's kind and courteous, but for some reason refers to all the salespeople as Oompa Loompas. If you ask where that comes from, he'll hop in his boat on the chocolate river and quickly row away. After many many years in the car business, Austin fits right in with our family here at Sill-TerHar, and if you catch him on the right day, you may even see him wearing his purple top hat.

  • Cole Gilmore
    Lincoln Sales Manager
    303.469.1801 x.763

    Cole first joined us as a 16 year old doing emission testing for our used cars.  Given that he's now twenty... something, or maybe thirty depending on when you're reading this... he's been around for a while.  He left for school and other pursuits including spending some time as an addiction specialist in LA.  He came back as a Mazda salesman and worked his way quickly to Lincoln Manager. He and his wife have a little boy named Jack, thanks to their love of the Pirates of the Carribean series.  Cole was a baseball player in college.  It sounds impressive, until you learn that his college baseball team had 7 players, and 3 of them were over the age of 50.  Their star center fielder was a beautiful yellow lab.  He finished his college career batting .112 with most of his success getting on base coming in the form of drag bunts.  He dreams of being able to play catch with his 2 year old son Jack, who was named after the guy that Rose kicks off her floating debris in the movie Titanic.  Finally he wanted it known that he has an enormous head.  It's like an orange on a toothpick.  Fortunately his sweet boy Jack, so called thanks to a love of Georgian actor Jack McBrayer's performance as Kenneth the page in 30 Rock, has a very normal sized head.

  • Fred White
    Volvo Sales Manager
    303.469.1801 x.125

    Fred has been at Sill-TerHar since 1988, which means he's one of our longest tenured employees.  Fred has been in the Denver area all of his life, and currently resides in Broomfield with his wife, Lisa. When he's not loving his horses, he loves to hunt (there's a rumor going around that Fred is the guy that Dick Cheney shot by accident, but it mostly exists to build his reputation as a tough guy.) If you sneak up on him, you can see his softer side, like here, where he's seen intently watching an episode of Maury Povich.

  • Shane Gilmore
    Mazda Sales Manager
    303.469.1801 x.780

    Shane started at Sill-TerHar in 2005. Growing up in Broomfield, Shane used to look longingly at the great working environment of Sill-TerHar, and vowed that one day he'd be top salesman there. Little did he know that this was not in his future, so he became a manager instead. Also, interesting side note, he went to middle school with my wife, but you don't know me... so maybe that's just interesting to me.

  • Ryan McGehee
    Mazda Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.104

    Ryan joined us in 2017.  He came to us from Dallas, Texas, but he doesn't have a thick accent, so it's pretty easy to work with him.  It doesn't say how long he was in Texas, so maybe Dallas was just a layover on his flight here? It says 'moved from Texas', but technically when you're in a plane, you're moving.  I'm going to go with that, let's say he's from Arizona, that would explain the lack of a southern accent better. He says that he likes to mountain bike, but he did it more in Texas, which proves that he doesn't come from Texas, because Texas doesn't have mountains.

  • Jake Tracy
    Ford Service Manager
    303.469.1801 x.6503

    Jake asked me to update his bio.  I asked him for 5 facts about himself.  He wrote himself a eulogy.  So, since he's still alive, I'm going to tell you interesting things about Jake, not the things that I loved most about him before he died.  Jake started with us in 2016 in our Quick Lane but quickly proved that he was highly motivated by taking care of customers.  With that in mind, he was the logical choice for our luxury department's new service manager.  Also high on the list of consideration was his adoration of Huskies.  Being a dog person was high on the list of positive traits as it's pretty common to find a dog somewhere around our luxury service department.  He is known as the "guy who loves Huskies" but apparently that's not the sign of ultimate success, apparently that's identified by how happy customers are.  Personally, I think the Husky thing is pretty great.  He did mention that when he's not at work "he loves to be with his family, restoring classic cars..." I think it's great to have a shared hobby.  I'm surprised that he's got his kids working on the cars as they're quite small, but I suppose that makes it easier to get into the engine compartment to change out spark plugs.  He also is a fan of anything to do with sports.  You should really experience his passion for traffic control in NFL stadiums.  He's in love with the way people are directed in and out of Soldier Field, but don't get him started on getting to your seats at Lambeau...

  • Zayne Tatro
    Luxury Service Manager
    303.469.1801 x.770

    Zayne started in 2014 and proved so successful in the Mazda drive that he was moved to the Volvo drive, which is way more warm than inside Mazda. Now he gets cold less. He's got a passion for customers and his family. However, Zayne's family has been asked not to also be customers for the simple reason that we're afraid the passion would become so strong, that Zayne may not be able to handle it. I imagine the expression of such passion would be akin to that of a soccer fan whose team has just won the World Cup, or perhaps an eight-year-old who just got the action figure he's been pining for. In more recent years Zayne has done so well with his customers and presented such a leadership attitude, that he's been promoted to the luxury service manager position. With it came instant respect, a fancy office, and an executive toilet. Honestly the executive toilet is just the toilet that the public uses, but when we tell him that it's part of his promotion, he really feels like he's made it and is in charge of things. In other news, Zayne has a family, and drives a car. He's not great at the car things as he tends to get it really hot and melt his bumper, although he swears that it will only happen the 2 times. He's also a huge fan of the Houston Texans as can be seen in both his apparel on the wallpaper on his computer. Whenever I fix his computer, I put a Broncos' wallpaper up, I'm doing my best to convert him, but so far no beans.

  • Ted Knepp
    Body shop Manager
    303.469.1801 x.775

    Ted started in 2007 and runs the greatest body shop I've ever had the pleasure of visiting (it may be the only body shop here, but it remains a hidden gem at Sill-TerHar.) Ted's soft-spoken demeanor leaves those around him smiling regularly as well as the old pricing board with movable lettering, which allows those who are a bit more mischievous to give his charm a more southern feel by offering his customers an iced tea.

  • Bobby Beaudoin
    Ford Sales Manager
    303.469.1801 x.108

    Bobby has been with the dealership for long enough that I can't remember a time without him.  A long-time local, he moved from sales, to finance, and now to management. We're all very proud he made it to management, but also a little surprised.  I've promised him that as long as we work together, I'll never let him forget his little mishap at the company golf tournament, so many years ago.  Fortunately Bobby survived, and now he's in charge of other people.

  • Chris Kocourek
    Finance Manager

    Chris specifically wants no personal information online.  Which I take a great challenge.  I will now offer information that is in no way personal to Chris.  People have daughters and sons.  Some people have two daughters and one son.  People work at Sill-TerHar as Finance Managers, the good ones get to be promoted to a boss-like position.  Some people shouldn't smoke, but they still do, even when their friends tell them it is a terrible habit.  There's a this guy I know, not Chris, who has an RV that he loves, and even hand built a garage for it, barn raising style.  I think Chris may have heard this story, but it's not about him, because I respect him immensely and wouldn't put his personal information on the site.  Only four people were injured in the barn raising, and an old GI Joe doll was sadly buried in concrete.  Not Chris' GI Joe.  Just a doll at "a guy I know"'s house.  Some people, in their off time, really enjoy skiing.  Not Chris.  Or maybe Chris.  I'm not going to say, because of the personal information thing.  As I understand it, there are many people who attend Harvard every year.  They often graduate with degrees in such notable fields of education as Business Management, or Intergalactic Space Travel.  They are truly the smartest people, because Intergalactic Space Travel is very hard to do.  Did you know, that some people only wear white shirts and black pants to work, even though they have no uniform requirements?  I'm not going to say if I know someone who does that, but for privacy reasons, it's probably best to not look at Chris' bio photo.  Now you know absolutely nothing about Chris.

  • Jeff Boese
    Pre-Owned Sales Manager
    303.469.1801 x.103

    Jeff joined Sill-TerHar in 2007, and worked his way from salesman to finance manager to selling oil rigs to sales manager. One of those was not with Sill-TerHar.  Climbing the corporate ladder is easy for Jeff as he is 5 foot 19 inches tall, so he's pretty much already at the top before he starts.  Do you wonder what Jeff looks like when he's been surprised?  He looks like this.

  • Todd Doty
    Luxury Technician
    303.469.1801 x.6540

    Todd joined us in 2011 along with our Lamborghini franchise.  His love of cars and vast knowledge of how they work set him apart as a truly expert technician.  Not only is Todd willing to sit and talk with his customers about the work he does, he teaches in his free time.  When you've worked on cars as much as Todd, you can do things like pull out an osciliscope and listen to the little robot in your car that makes it go, to figure out why he refuses to bang the thing, that makes the other thing make the fire.  I don't really know how cars work. When asked about his interests, Todd listed spending time with his children, shooting his guns and flying planes.  There's no clarification on what type of plane he flies, but given his skills, I imagine it's either an ultralight, or a 747.  I'm pretty sure he owns both.

  • Jon Hansen
    Ford Fleet Manager
    303.469.1801 x.114

    Jon feels like he's been at Sill-TerHar since at least 2015, apparently it's been since 2013.  He generally sits quietly in back taking great care of his fleet customers. Jon is an avid golfer and loves watching his boys play baseball.  He's an excellent father, no one watches their kids hurt themselves in sports better than Jon. I mean, you should see his Facebook page, it's all broken arms, or busted lips, of course it really just proves that they're giving it their all, just like their dad.  On a side note, Jon prints things to the printer across the hall and ALWAYS leaves it on there. He's so bad about it that now, whenever I walk by and see something on the printer I hand it to him, and a solid 73% of the time, it's his!

  • Crys Genthner
    Call Center Manager

    Pronounced Crys, Crystal prefers a shortened name at work, because she tends to be quite emotional here. So when we see Crys and think she's misspelled cries, we know to be kind. I kind of want to just post her info as she's written it, but I'm afraid our Loaner Car / Call Center would be so inundated by people wanting to give her a hug, we wouldn't be able to do regular business. Her bio starts pretty normal, Crys likes to read, citing Stephen King and Steven Koontz as her favorite authors. No, I read that wrong, Dean Koontz. Steven Koontz wrote Flight of the Intruder, not to be confused with Flight of the Valkyries. I went to highschool with his step-son. That's neither here nor there, just a note that popped into my head. Crys is inherently an introvert, which is why we have her dealing with more people in a single day than anyone else at the dealership. In order to relax after a hard day of being kind to literally everyone, Crys drops the façade, snuggles up with her furbabies, and watches a relaxing horror film. Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, and Runaway Bride are her very favorites. She's very put off by people who lie and expects people to treat her with the same kindness she treats them. This is where things get a little dark. Her family is her top priority, and always will be, and she "will do what needs to be done to take care of them"... I assume there's a John Wick sort of threat in there, but I can tell you I'm not going to test it.

  • Sean Thomas
    Quick Lane Manager

    Sean said I can simply do my PT thing. This brings me such joy. I mean, I do it anyway, but to have permission is thrilling! First, some things about Sean. He went to motorcycle mechanic school. I've talked to him about cars and engines extensively, and I don't think he remembers a thing they taught him. Fortunately his job is liaising between customers and mechanics, so no one cares if he can fix loose rear rod bearings on a 1965 Harley Panhandle. (yeah, I googled that, no idea what it means). Sean loves sports, particularly baseball, which I can attest to firsthand as I was on the fall league softball team with him and his passion runs DEEP. There's only one guy who threw his bat further than Sean every time he flied out to left. I also learned new vocabulary words that I'm not allowed to say ever again according to my wife. I thought they were British, but they're just very naughty (and apparently not anatomically correct). He loves to be outdoors as much as possible. Although I think that may be an overstatement as he grumbles and grumps every time he needs to walk between buildings when it's 20 degrees and snowing sideways. So maybe he enjoys being in certain outdoor situations when the weather is suitable. Finally Sean loves to golf! Every time a new course opens locally, Sean gets very excited. He's rapidly running out of places that he's allowed to golf, because of the passionate thing, and all those amazing words... I didn't even know celery could BE a bad word.

  • Steve Gates
    Mazda Parts Manager
    303.469.1801 x.772

    Steve started in 2013 as our Mazda-parts guy, and sits in a small blue room with a window that is reminiscent of a drive-through. I keep hoping that he'll put on a turban and do an impression of Zoltan from the movie Big, I think he could pull it off in his little blue room. When he's not telling fortunes, Steve enjoys woodworking, building all sorts of great things out of wood like this table, these eating implements, or this chair.

  • Josh Anderson
    Ford Service Advisor

    I ask for interesting things, nothing amazing, nothing world changing, just interesting. I get this: "Born and raised in Broomfield. Enjoy sports like football, basketball, baseball, golf. Enjoy gambling. Spending time with friends and family . Went to high school at Fairview in boulder." The guy didn't even capitalize Boulder. I mean, Josh is a reserved guy, but he's pretty good at the details, and I didn't figure it would be too hard to remember his life, he's still young, I think. I would have said under 30, but honestly, now I'm starting to question that. He legitimately could be hundreds of years old and just hiding in plain sight by making up as generic a backstory as possible. What do we really know about him at this point? He went to high school. He CLAIMS he was born and raised in Broomfield, but really, who goes to Boulder for high school when they were born and raised in Broomfield? Someone who moved here 12 years ago when he could no longer convince people in Istanbul that he just has really good genes and is definitely 57 years old, that's who. He says "enjoy gambling", I suppose I would too if I was a millennia old celestial being who had no fear of death and a fortune amassed from his time with the Crusades sacking Norse towns. There's something fishy about Josh, but he likes time with family and friends, and he's great with customers, so he's probably fine.

  • Jason Graves
    Ford Service Advisor

    I asked my intern (he's paid) to get me 5 things that are interesting about people. Jason came back with his own biography. I would copy and paste it here, but he told jokes. It would be better to just post the picture of Star Trek Captain Jean Luc Picard holding his head in shame. Jason started as a customer of ours and was pleased with the way we did things, so pleased that he jumped on board and has fit in wonderfully with our culture (even with the dad jokes). He loves to cook and has more than 8 cookbooks. He says has well over 100, but over 100 is over 8, so I went with 8. He makes an amazing zuppa Toscana. That's Italian for soup from Tuscany. It's got a lot of wine and fast cars in it, which is really the hallmark of Tuscany. He also makes Smoke Prime Rib, and Crescent Melt-away pastries, which I'm pretty sure are the Pilsbury things that you buy frozen at the grocery store. He loves to game and has a Playstation and a home built PC. He listed the "bleeding edge" specs of his PC, but I got the email from him 4 days ago, so they're already terribly out of date and I don't want any 13-year olds making fun of how bad his computer is. Since starting to work for Sill-TerHar Jason has found a new love for cars, I know it's a new love, because he drives a 2003 Ford Fusion with 400,000 miles on it (I'm not even sure Ford MADE the Fusion in 2003). He's excited to get one of the Mustang Dark Horses, hopefully by the time you've read this he's already gotten it! And still works here... Jason was a former optician for a good friend who was an ornithologist. I'm not sure how that works, maybe he made contacts for birds? The only thing I can think is that he helped with Spectacled Owls, but I don't remember him saying anything about spending time in southern Mexico. Anyway, his love of all things eyeglasses has led him to own 3 pairs of prescription glasses, and 5 pairs of sunglasses. His favorite sunglasses are his Carbon Fiber Ferrari pair, I hear they're wonderful in soup. The last thing he put was 2 more dad jokes. That's 5 dad jokes. I said no dad jokes. 3 of them are about cows...

  • Keith Johansson
    Volvo Service Advisor
    303.469.1801 x.777

    Keith started in 2007 as a Volvo lot tech, and was a great lot tech, for 5 years.  At that point he was still a great lot tech, but he decided to go get an education.  It doesn't say what his education was in, but given what I know about him, I'm guessing something nautical, like maybe cruise vacation planning, or shipboard sustainable gardening.  He came back to the fold in 2017 after realizing that he would never be the Martha Stewart of the cruise industry, and started helping people who were bringing their cars in for service.  He was beloved by our customers who visited him in our Quick Lane, but we were worried about whether he could maintain the intense level of friendliness that he exhibited.  It's not often you find someone as shiny and happy as Keith, so we moved him to Volvo where he could shine, the Lebron James of the service adviser profession.  (For those that don't know, Lebron James is a basketball player who is very good at what he does, like Alan Turing, only less sciencey)  When he's not helping people relax about the severity of their bent drive shaft, Keith loves to take his nephew to the dog park.  He used to take his dog, but his dog is a bit unruly apparently, and his nephew enjoys playing with the other dogs, although he hates wearing the cone of shame, which wouldn't be a problem if he didn't scratch at his bandaid.  Keith told us that his favorite color is yellow, in the winter.  I told him that yellow and winter REALLY don't go together, he said, in the summer his favorite color is purple.  Honestly, that made even less sense, although I can't really think of anything you shouldn't eat during the summer that's purple.  Except eggplant.  But that's not really a can't eat, and more of a don't eat it because it's gross, kind of thing.  Either way, if you work with Keith, there's a good chance that he'll take great care of you, and that he doesn't know what his favorite color is.

  • Angela Kirby
    Volvo Service Adviser
    303.469.1801 x.766

    Angela is one of our excellent Volvo advisors.  She is amazing at taking care of her customers, keeping her desk a cluttered mess, and breaking her computer is very interesting ways.  If you are working with her, be sure to check out her tiny rubber pig that sits on her desk.  He's adorable.  Also, he's not real.  Just some sort of rubber substance.

  • Issac Martinez
    Ford Service Advisor

    Isaac is a great part of the Sill-TerHar team! He loves staying physically and mentally healthy and wellbeinged... I don't know the past tense of wellbeing. Wellbeen? Wellhasbeen? Meh, that's what his first item was. He loves hard work and creativity which can definitely be seen in all the hard and creative work that he does. Man, his points are so vanilla that I'm having trouble writing them here. So, I'll talk about the time I was bowling with him and we talked about his tattoos. They're not terribly visible but they've got a very cool light and dark theme on his arms with some very cool stories behind them that I don't think I can share, but maybe you can ask him. My favorite of his tattoos is the beautiful monarch butterfly that he has just above his tailbone. It really captures the essence of beauty and love that are written just above it in a flowing script. He told me he got it while drunk in college. I don't know why he felt the need to tell me that part.
    Isaac is also an avid gun shooter. He loves shooting and things that are made of wood, and paper (which is just chewed up but not swallowed wood) and plants (other than wood, like watermelon, or thistle). He conducts gun safety and usage courses, so you know when he shoots at a watermelon he comes really close nearly every time. If your car is broken, and you just want to take it out in a field to shoot your frustrations away, Isaac is the advisor for you!

  • Martin Richardson
    Ford Service Advisor
    303.469.1801 x.173

    Martin started selling cars here in 2017.  His love of his Alabama heritage shows through, not only in his faint accent, but also in the Roll Tide bumper stickers on his car.  Martin says he has a thick exterior, but really we all know he has a heart of gold and a great sense of humor.  I think he's trying to lose weight as well, so that thick exterior isn't quite as thick.  He doesn't need it in my eyes, but good for him.  When he's not helping people find the best car for their needs, Martin enjoys not working.  He also enjoys golfing, which seems to explicitly counter the joy of not working, but I suppose he doesn't dig ditches on his off time, so golf is less work than that.

  • Larry Vorwerck
    Volvo Service Advisor

    Larry has had ample time to tell me about himself.  He hasn't.  So I will tell you what I believe to be true about him.  And I'll make some stuff up, because why not?  Larry is originally from the beautiful metropolis of Cleveland, Ohio.  He started working at the ripe old age of 6 in a broccoli mine owned by Umbrella Corp.  That back breaking work led him to really appreciate working in the daylight and being able to meet some of the wonderful people that his current job affords him.  He fell in love with Anime and Japanese cinema in his early teens and that love is still seen in the Gundam model that sits on his desk, quietly guarding the galaxy, and his keyboard.  Larry is also an avid reader of romance novels, he counts Twilight as his favorite book series, but says that anything with Fabio on the cover is probably great.  He drives a 1995 Civic that he refuses to sell because it was in that awesome movie Back to the Future.  I keep telling him that it was a DeLorean that was featured, but he insists that his car is silver just like that car, and it can go 88 he thinks.  I'm just hoping he doesn't get his hands on a flux capacitor of he could end up driving into a movie theater at a high rate of speed.  Larry's favorite story to tell is of the time that he was a private detective who specialized in finding missing animals, particularly when the Miami Dolphin's dolphin was stolen.  He then discovered that some of the players were being abducted too, and it was up to him to find the culprit.  Turns out, according to him, that the bad guy was a former kicker for the Dolphins who missed an easy field goal and blamed the holder for ruining his life.  I keep telling him that's the plot of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, but he insists it was him.  So if you come across him rambling about Snowflake the dolphin, that's where he's going.  I am obligated to point out that he's an excellent worker also, because that's what usually goes in these bios on other websites.

  • Gigi Greenlee
    Customer Care Coordinator
    303.469.1801 x.177

    Gigi is the ray of sunshine that makes coming to work worth it, she is tasked with making sure that all of our customers are always as happy as they can be. She truly treats each one as though they're family... I'm realizing as I type this that having my intern take notes about employees is more effective when it's not Gigi's son.  Gigi loves doing triathlons and has completed some impressive events, like two Ironmen events. I can say from experience that, on her bike, she's a cadence rider. (That is to say that she can ride forever, but she's really slow up hills.) When we rode to work together on ride to work day I thought she was being nice on the hills so I didn't feel bad not keeping up, but it turns out she just goes slow sometimes.  Don't tell her I said this, but she really is amazing with customers after they've purchased a car, and we're lucky to have her.

  • Nicole Larson
    Internet Manager
    303.469.1801 x.275

    Nicole (No, there's no H, no matter how badly we want there to be one) joined Sill-TerHar just before the entire world was put on a strange hybrid pause because 2020.  She brought with her a knowledge of marketing from the major Colorado University that's not CU.  We forgave her and hired her anyway.  She has 2 great loves in the world Corgis, and Levi blue jeans.  So it's no surprise that she adores her short legged sausage of a dog Levi, oddly named after Chuck lead man, and Shazam star, Zachary Levi.  When she needs some sun her favorite pastime is to join her family on the lake for some wakesurfing.  For the most part they love being out on the water, but apparently her parents get cranky when she insists on going out for a nice December day on the boat.  Remember folks, sunshine is nice, but 20 degrees is 20 degrees, even if it is sunny.  Life isn't always action and excitement for Nicole, it takes a very large Starbucks every morning before she's really willing to sit and discuss her life (I've found that out the hard way).  And in the evenings, when her family has told her that they absolutely can't go wakeboarding because it's snowing, and Levi is fast asleep, Nicole snuggles into her favorite blue jeans, curls up in bed with a good book and a glass of wine.  I suspect she prefers tear-jerkers as I've heard her describe herself as a pretty crier more than once, and if you're going to be a pretty crier, you're going to need practice.  I myself look like a blob fish yoinked from the ocean floor when I'm crying, but I think that's true for most people.

  • Archie Archuleta
    Ford Sales

    "Archie" isn't named Archie.  His real name is Quincey.  Or something like Quincey.  I honestly don't remember, but his last name starts with Archie, so he decided his name should be part of his last name then all of his last name.  He once went to a haunted house.  He waited 2 hours to get into said haunted house, then he waited 2 minutes to get back out of said haunted house.  Turns out Archie doesn't like haunted houses.  He does love horror movies though.  He's cool being terrified, but not in person.  On his days off Archie enjoys eating food, drinking things, and exploring the city.  Not sure which city, but I'm guessing it's probably No Name, because there have to be some interesting things there.  Not sure it's a city per se, but it's worth exploring.  Because Archie grew up in Florida he is a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he swears he liked them before Tom Brady, so maybe he was more of a John Gruden fan.  Although that's WAY worse.  If you ever come to work with Archie and he's not really paying any attention to you, just know it's not personal, it's because he's thinking about a little house in Denver that his girlfriend will never approve of.  He desperately wants to own it one day.  If you'd like to see a picture of it, Check it out!  Personally, I think his girlfriend would love it.  I don't think I've met her, or if I have I don't remember meeting her, she may have been at the Christmas party, but I'm sure she's delightful and would LOVE that little Denver house.

  • Drew Bell
    Lincoln Sales Associate

    Drew joined us in the year of the Yuck.  He was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, which is where 7-up was invented, was once known as the largest shoe-manufacturing center in the world, and is the original home of Sarah Clarke who apparently appeared in the Twilight movies?  The Nestle Purina careers page really had to reach for some of their St. Louis facts.  Also, did you know that your chocolate milk and dog food were made by the same company?  Sorry, I digress..  Drew got out of St. Louis and headed west for a real adventure when he chose CSU for his collegate education.  He doesn't list his major on here, but I can say that after numerous conversations with him, it was likely nuclear physics, or potentially custodial engineer.  He worked his way through college as a "busboy in restaurants" not to be confused with the bus boys who drive their VW Microbuses across the country discovering all that the US has to offer, they don't earn much.  In the summer time he would pack up his Green Honda Accord and head for the nearest rapid filled river to guide folks through the turbulent waters.  A perfect day involves waking up in his tent, packing up, heading to the nearest ski area for a little snowboarding followed by Nachos and Wings, then he opens up his Fan Duel app to win some money.  He said one of his hobbies is winning money on Fan Duel, so I assume if he's about to lose he just throws his phone away, gets a new one and opens a new account.  His favorite movies are 3:10 to Yuma (which I've heard of) and Birds of Prey, which according to the internet is a TV movie from 1973 about a former fighter pilot now working as a radio station traffic reporter witnesses a bank robbery. He chases down the bank robbers and a hostage in his helicopter. (I'm not familiar with this movie, but it sounds intriguing).

    His favorite vehicle ever was the moped he had in college.  His favorite vehicle had a top speed of 6.  I'm just going to leave that right there.  

  • Kaid Chapman
    Ford Sales

    Kaid wouldn't tell me anything about himself.  So here's what I know.  First off, for Kaid's bio, I had to google, "what is the opposite of a weeble wobble" returned this: "We couldn't find direct antonyms for the term weeble wobble. Maybe you were looking for one of these terms? wee small hours, wee small voice, Wee Willie Davis, wee-wee, Weebl, weech, weed, weed killer, weed out, weed-whacker"  With that being said, Kaid epitomizes the antithesis of a weeble wobble.  He is very fit, and quite strong, but only on top.  I suspect he could bench press a car, just don't ask him to kick a football more than 20 feet.  He did tell me one remarkable fact!  I believe he may be the grandson of one Count Rugen, he is the man who killed Inigo Montoya's father.  That's right...  Kaid was born with 6 fingers.  Also, if you haven't seen The Princess Bride, it's worth it.  Now, if you look for Kaid's extra digit, you won't see it any more as there was a terrible accident that involved a bottle of honey, 2 African swallows, a pound of cumin, and a hockey puck from a goal scored by Travis Brigley in a 3rd period 6-5 overtime win vs. the Calgary Flames in November of 2003.  He told me the story, but honestly I only got some of the core details, you'll have to ask him for more.  Beyond that, he grew up here in Broomfield, and does an amazing job working with and caring for his customers.

  • Kelly Donaldson
    Luxury Sales Associate
    303.469.1801 x.6551

    Kelly started as a Ford sales associate in late 2016.  He has since moved to our luxury sales team because he's so refined and appropriate.  Not that any of our salespeople aren't... He's just super that way. He graduated from Vanderbilt. Or Villanova? I always get the two confused. When I asked for interesting things he said he does nothing for fun, he's terrible at skiing (but trying to be better), he played tennis in college, and he won the F1 Championship in 1997.  When he was 5. I think he was lying about the last one. If you meet Kelly don't be alarmed by how tall he is. He looks almost too tall because he's skinny, but really he's just normal too tall.

  • Greg Johnson
    Volvo Sales Guide
    303.469.1801 x.120

    Greg started at Sill-TerHar on December 7th, 2009. He's an avid golfer and whenever he can he enjoys travelling the country in his RV with his wife. He proudly points out that his RV is on a Ford chassis.  He did not mention how many TVs the RV has, and we all know that TVs are the true measure of an RV.  Well... TVs and bathrooms. 

    Favorite Car:
    1974 MGB GT

  • Derek Moffitt
    Ford Sales

    George (my paid intern) asked Derek for 5 interesting things. This was a mistake in retrospect. I don't think one of the 15 interesting things he sent me was real. He did say that he was banned from, that I'd believe. He's a nice guy, but the odds are he didn't play by their rules either. He claims that in 2013 he owned 237 bitcoins, but I know this is false, because he would have been 9, and he's no computer whiz. He says he has a fish named Bill Clinton, I guarantee you he has no clue who Bill Clinton is. But if you ask him about Kaicenat (the world famous streamer) he'll tell you all about him. He shampoos with alfredo sauce, we all know that's not true, alfredo sauce would never get your hair clean. There's lots of stuff in here about his hair, which I guess makes sense, he's got a fine head of hair, more than he needs on his face, but I imagine in 15 years he's gonna have a nice shiny bald spot. It may be a little early to be writing this bio in all honesty, Derek tries real hard, but he's only been here for a couple of months at this point. I'll have to update this as life flails on, just to let you know if he managed to tough it out in an industry that's all about people and less about "going for long walks in the rain"

  • TJ Lovato
    Ford Sales Associate

    TJ joined us in January, 2019.  When TJ was asked to share about himself, he talked all about how he plays golf.  I've seen video of him playing golf, and I have to say, that if it were me, I wouldn't tell people I play golf.  The video I saw had him swinging as hard as he could, and hitting one of his playing partners right in the stomach.  The guy was standing behind him.  If you've never seen Charles Barkley swing a golf club, I would strongly recommend going to youTube and checking it out.  It's a pretty close match to TJ's swing.  He also said he likes to go to Coors Field, but he phrased it as a question, which had me scratching my head.  I don't know if he goes to Coors Field.  Then I realized, he probably means, he thinks he's at Coors Field, but it may just be the ball fields at the Broomfield Industrial Park Sports Complex.  Apparently one day he sat there for 4 hours screaming at Nelson Arranado to hit the ball before realizing that he was actually watching a flock of geese eat.  Fortunately his confusion over whether he's been to Coors Field doesn't impact his ability to match a person with just the right car, and since that's what he does every day, we've deemed that more valuable.

  • Dan O'Bryan
    Ford Sales Guide
    303.469.1801 x.165

  • Steve Power
    Ford Sales Associate
    303.469.1801 x.166

    Steve joined us in late 2016. Despite his name, Steve is not the alter ego for a superhero. Although, unassuming car salesman would be a pretty great cover. He definitely needs you to remember there's not an S at the end of Power (he got strangely defensive about this point).  He was a sous chef when he was younger, so he's probably really good at chopping things. He loves to skateboard with his son, although that's only fun until you hurt yourself, so we'll see how long that lasts. Finally, he is not from North Dakota. I don't remember why that's important, but I have it in my notes, so I'm going with it.

  • Bryan Reese
    Special Finance Manager
    303.469.1801 x.148

    Bryan joined Sill-TerHar in 2010 as half a third a quarter of our always growing special finance team. His role is to match people with cars that they love, as well as loans they can afford that may help them improve their credit. He is a dad above all else, but won't stop telling hunting stories, so one has to believe that's a passion for him. 

    Favorite Car:
    1968 Ford Mustang

  • Ryland Snow
    Ford Sales Associate
    303.469.1801 x.122

    Ryland said, "I don't have a biography on the site."

    I said, "you told me not to write one." 
    Then he said, "well now I want one and you can write whatever you want."

    To quote Pretty Woman, "Big mistake. Big. Huge. I have to go shopping now."  The last sentence, doesn't really add to things, but it's how the quote ends.  When Ryland joined the crew some time ago (no idea when, but more than 3 years), he was just a wet behind the ears little kid whose mom is in charge of all of our accounting.  Now, he has truly blossomed into an impressive young man who can sell a car like few others, and rarely wears sweatpants to work.  His pride and joy is his beautiful white Mustang GT350 that, as far as his mom knows, he's never wrecked.  He often likes to regale us about his torrid love affair with Melissa McCarthy, it was fleeting, but apparently he is quite the charmer.  On his free time Ryland loves to jump up and down with a bunch of strangers under black light to Electronic Dance Music, and that's what gives him the stamina to hustle like almost no one else here when it comes to getting the customer taken care of.  I'd tell you more about him, but I got literally nothing to work with, sorry.

  • Russ Stradley
    Luxury Finance Director

  • Ty Steerman
    Special Finance Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.127

    Ty got here in 2016, and now helps those with credit troubles get back on their feet and set a path for a better financial future.  When I asked him what was interesting about himself he said he loves the outdoors and his family.  I told him that wasn't nearly interesting enough, and asked if he'd ever killed someone.  He said no.  So... Good for him!  I do know that he makes world renowned honey.  It may only be dealership renowned.  (OK, I've made some calls, turns out that a couple people know he makes honey, but they agreed it was very good local honey.)

  • Luis Triana
    Mazda Sales Associate

  • Robert von Tempsky
    Ford Finance Representative
    303.469.1801 x.785

    Robert came to Sill-TerHar in 2005 via Hawaii and brought the famous island personality with him. The only thing Robert does better than making friends is golfing. His prodigious skills make him very popular among those playing in charity golf tournaments.  If you want to make your car-buying experience extra special, ask him for his chili recipe; it's wonderful.

    Favorite Car:
    1962 Lincoln Continental

  • Rich Waters
    Mazda Finance Associate