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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 ca get to his, 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 takes "camping."

  • Shane Gilmore
    Mazda 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 that was Sill-TerHar and vowed that one day he'd be top salesman there. Little did he know that was not to be, so he became a manager. 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.

  • Steve Eiter
    Mazda Service Manager
    303.469.1801 x.770

    What can I say about Steve?  Sometimes there is an employee who is so exemplary, so outstanding, so truly concerned about his customers, that words fail.  And sometimes, that employee is also such a mystery that I literally can't come up with anything that I know about him to write a short bio.  To that end, I know that Steve started at our Quick Lane in March, 2019, and was so good with customers, and adding numbers together, that he was promoted to the Mazda Service drive shortly there after.  I can say that Steve's love of black clothing is apparent, and I suspect is impacted by his many years working in the dead of night as a member of an elite group of seals.  Not the Navy group, just literally seals.  Steve would dress up in his black wet suit and join his aquatic friends as they would swim through the night, keeping the bay free of sharks, and feasting on small fish.  As we all know, night swimming is a young man's game, and so Steve joined us to care for our customers the way he cared for the swimmers in the bay who might be threatened by nasty sharks.  Today all that remains of his past is his love of black clothes and the whiskers on his chin.

  • 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.

  • Ryan Mcgehee
    Mazda Sales Associate
    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.

  • Jordan Winner
    Mazda Service Advisor

    Jordan joined Sill-TerHar in early 2019, but the secret is, this is her second time around.  Originally Jordan was a receptionist and service scheduler in our Ford service department where she wowed with her friendly smile and intricate artwork.  It was that artwork that took her away from us as she pursued her dream of being a parade float make up artist.  She wasn't doing the make up of the people on the parades, just the giant balloons that float down the streets of New York City during the Macy's day parade.  Sadly, doing perfect blush blending on a 40 foot tall Betty Boop balloon once a year was not quite enough to sustain the high fashion lifestyle that is living in Manhattan.  We were overjoyed at her failure!  Not her failure actually.  Just the fact that it meant she could come back to us and help make the service experience for Mazda customers the absolute best it could be!