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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

  • Phil Holt
    Ford Service Adviser
    303.369.1801 x.211

  • Greg Larson
    303.469.1801 x.129

    Greg's a Broomfielder through and through. He joined the staff in 2002 as a manager. He's known for his gruff exterior, though most of us know that if you don't let it phase you, you can get to his soft nougaty center. As any good 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".

    Favorite Car:

    1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang

  • Jeff Boese
    Ford Leader
    303.469.1801 x.103

    Jeff joined Sill-TerHar in 2007.  He 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.

  • Jeff Callies
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.126

    Most of us pronounce Jeff's last name Cal-eez, but he says Cuh-lees. He's been at Sill-TerHar since 2010 and is a lover of adrenaline sports. He bikes with his son Jacob (which I misunderstood to mean that he jumped over his son Jacob with his bike), snowboards (although at his age, it hurts a lot) and raced motorcycles for 23 years. He's also told me that if we would fund him, he'd race cars now.  He doesn't race cars now.

    Favorite Car:

    1985 Toyota MR2

  • Jack Dagger
    Ford Service Adviser
    303.469.1801 x.258

  • Phil Holt
    Ford Service Advisor
    303.469.1801 x.211

  • Jeremy Lindstrom
    Internet Leader

  • 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 the Ironman for women, which is somehow not called the Ironwoman, that seems like an easy fix.  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.

  • Robert Von Tempsky
    Ford Finance Leader
    303.469.1801 x.785

    Robert came to Sill-TerHar in 2005 via Hawaii and he 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.  Also, 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

  • Logan Berry
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.278

    Not the little red berry, that's a loganberry.  It's easy to get them confused. I suppose Logan is a better name than Rasp though.  He grew up in Colorado in the woods just outside of Blackhawk, so not only is he a Coloradoan, he's probably the guy you want to know during the zombie apocalypse.  If someone can grow up in the woods, he's the guy I want to be with when everything goes bad. He used to work for parks and rec, which makes sense with the woods thing, I'm sure he can just command the trees to grow.  He was supposed to be left handed, but accidentally leared everything with his right hand. It's been a while since I took these notes, so I have no idea what that means.

  • Angela Boese
    Ford Saleswoman
    303.469.1801 x.106

    Angela came to Sill-TerHar by way of Mesa State College in 2002. She is a consistent top performer and excels at customer care and follow up. Now that we have the appropriate accolades out of the way, it's worth noting that she may have some relation, maybe marital, to someone else on this page. I'm not saying who.

    Favorite Car:

    She couldn't come up with one, so a group decision chose the 1986 Merkur xr4ti. It was probably a bad choice.

  • Cindi Breay
    303.469.1801 x.100

    Cindi is the smiling face that you'll see when you walk into the Ford store through our front doors. This can be awkward because many people walk in through the side doors, they just make more sense based on the parking lot, but Cindi's up there in front, just in case. She used to do triathlons, but they made her too tired, so she stopped.  I don't blame her, running is hard. She loves camping with family and friends, and all that triathlon means that when a bear shows up, she'll be just fine, because you don't have to be the fastest, just not the slowest.

    Favorite Car:
    Ford Mustang

  • Kevin Caywood
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.174

    Kevin joined Sill-Terhar in 2014… and 2015. You see, he saw greener pastures, then realized that the pastures were actually the swimming pools at the Rio Olympics they turned all green. We're glad to have him back as his infectious laugh can be heard throughout the showroom, any time he's watching cat videos on youtube. He is a licensed (maybe not, I didn't ask for that level of detail) hypontherapist, so if you'd like to stop smoking or cluck like a chicken while buying your car, he's your guy. It was suggested that he would use his powers to influence the negotiation process, but don't worry, he's not a jedi.

    Favorite Car:

    Ford C-Max

  • John Estrada
    Special Finance Representative
    303.469.1801 x.277

    John has been with Sill-TerHar for many years. Sadly, not all in a row. Fortunately for us, he realized that this truly is the best place to sell cars on the front range, so he's back and ready to pick up where he left off... although he's selling Fords now, not Mazdas, but it's the same idea.  The awesome background of this photo is simply some really bright poster board that I had in my office. Please know that none of our dealership looks like that.

  • George Gassman
    Ford Service Adviser
    303.469.1801 x.262

  • Jon Hansen
    Fleet Leader
    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 soild 73% of the time, it's his!

  • Troy Hines
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.150

    Troy started working with us in 2016.  He's sold cars for a long time, but he's just now found the best place to sell cars.  Unfortunately it costs a lot of money to move to Maui.  So he found the best place in Colorado to sell cars.  Us.  We're the best place in Colo.... Never mind.  When I think about all the things I really know about Troy, the one that stands out is that he has a best friend that he's known since 3rd grade.  I met him the other day.  His name is Eric.

  • Nick Karichowsky
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.118

    Nick stumbled upon us in 2016.  He's a super happy guy who hails from Hawaii.  That heritage is reflected in his last name. Karichkowsky.  It's awful to spell, and probably not actually Hawaiian. Rumor is it's Polish, which also explains his happiness.  The Poles are a very happy people. Nick seems very proud of his history as a rugby player at CU, so if you see him running at you out on the lot, it may not hurt to duck behind a car.  As I was taking his picture, he decided to show me that his hands were bigger than his face.

  • Chloe Keenan
    Ford Saleswoman
    303.469.1801 x.161

    Chloe joined Sill-TerHar in 2016.  She knew people here before she started working, so I think she spent some time in Broomfield.  She also loves dinosaurs, raptors specifically. Not the tiny, over-hyped Velociraptor, but the WAY cooler Utahraptor.  She was afraid that her photo would be too Christmassy with that scarf on, but I told her that I would point out that she's just really loves candy canes... year round.  She also worked on a yacht! I didn't ask what she did, but my money is on propeller. She seems to have VERY strong legs.

  • Chris Kocourek
    Financial Leader

  • Andrew Lisano
    Ford Salesman

    Andrew became a salesman in February of 2018.  He fancies himself a humorist with a penchant to deliver a pun at a moment's notice.  Much like a good father, his appreciation for thoughtful, witty, well delivered humor, is often met with irritated, embarrassed groans and a chuckled, "please just stop."  When asked by his interviewer to follow through on his claim that "somehow, someway, I always have a pun", Andrew was at a loss for words. When asked what we should call him, he said that he abhors the name Andy, he is Andrew.  I for one appreciate this, there's little worse than meeting a Michael, asking his preferred name, and being told "Mike, Michael, either way".  This leaves me often confused, but not with Andrew, he threatened physical violence about Andy, and I can appreciate that... and fear it a little.

  • Spencer Madsen
    Commercial Fleet Sales & Account Leader

    Spencer joined the Sill-TerHar team in 2017 to work in our fleet department.  As of the writing of this Spencer manages such accounts as "his uncle's truck".  He's really new still. He played Lacrosse in college, it doesn't say where, but looking at him, my guess it was one of the big programs like West Alabama State Junior College - Orange Beach Campus.  For fun these days he's a big fan of wake-boarding and golfing, I don't know his handicap, but I suspect it's when the water is really cold.

    Favorite Car:
    Corvette Stingray. We're going to have a talk later about what you probably shouldn't say is your favorite car when you work at a Ford dealership.

  • Scott Peterson
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.135

    Scott Peterson has been here since 2015.  He has a deep passion for cars, in fact his current Subaru WRX has 5 turbochargers that he installed himself, although 4 of them are mounted on the trunk like a spoiler.  Liking cars doesn't make you good at modifying them. He loves his family (I had to put that there because I'm nice.). When I asked him what his hobbies are, he said he does NOT skydive.  It really wasn't a very good answer as it didn't tell me anything about what he likes to do. When he was asked about his love for shearing sheep, the giant grin and silence spoke volumes. My guess is that he loves to knit.  Or he finds naked sheep as funny as I do.

    Favorite Car:

    That one with the fancy turbocharges that he made.

  • Steve Powers
    Ford Salesman

    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 an S at the end of Powers (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.

  • Brian Reese
    Special Finance Leader
    303.469.1801 x.148

  • Martin Richardson
    Ford Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.173

  • Ty Steerman
    Special Finance Representative
    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.)

  • Tom Wilber
    Ford Finance Representative
    303.369.1801 x.115

    Tom loves everybody!  He loved the people here, so he joined us in 2017 and things have gone very well.  That is to say he still works here.  I honestly am not his supervisor, so I can't comment on the quality of work he does, but I'm confident it's top notch. He loves to meet new people, he loves to see old friends.  In fact, Tom is so happy to meet people that a few of us watched him have a 20 minute conversation with a new coat rack we got before realizing that it was a hat and a coat, and not just a very reserved good listener.  He's greatest achievement in life is having amazing kids, that, with his grandkids, give his life purpose.  And pool.  Pool is very important to him as well.  But it's probably the kids thing that matters more.

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