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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 stem from an innate ability to win friends and influence people. His close relationship with the manufacturers has led to a unique perspective on the world of auto sales. On his down time he is an avid golfer and loves to travel. More than anything is proud of what Sill-TerHar has become, and values that his entire family can be involved in it's 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."

  • Fred White
    Leader / Finance Director
    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, and a couple of horses, one of which badly broke his ankle in the spring of 2014.  When he's not loving animals, 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.

  • Jake Tracy
    Luxury 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...

  • Angela Kirby
    Service Advisor
    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 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.

  • Zayne Tatro
    Volvo Service Advisor
    303.469.1801 x.777

    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.

  • 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.

  • Art Bello
    Volvo Sales Guide
    303.469.1801 x.6502

    Alright, strap in for this one, because I asked for a couple interesting things about Art and I got the collected works of Shakespeare, which is awesome, but it'll take some time to get it all out.  

    Honestly, I could just say that the man is the ultimate in a modern renaissance man, minus the pretentious beard and mustache combo that is so popular these days, but that feels like I'd be selling him short.  Art joined us in 2019 to sell Volvos and fund his travel habit, more on that later.  He originated in the world renowned Bronx, NY.  Most of his formative days were spent there including an education in Manhattan studying theater with stars in his eyes and dreams of his name in lights.  In his mid-twenties an optometrist helped with the stars he was seeing and his dreams of lights were explained away by a well learned student of Freud, so Art booked it for Northern Arizona University where he pursued a degree in something.  He doesn't say what, but given that it's NAU, probably Extraterrestrial Mining.  He headed our way after that to be closer to family.  When he's not closer to family, he's as far away as he can get, traveling frequently thanks to the amazing customers he gets to work with on a daily basis.  He says, "I've visited 22/50 so far and aim to hit all before I croak". I have to be honest, it took me a minute to get to 50 states, my first thought was there are probably about 50 Starbucks in Broomfield city limits, but I don't see him drink that much coffee, and I know there are more than 50 countries (195 if you count The Vatican and the State of Palestine), but there are 50 states for certain and Art has been to 22 of them. He went to the 2012 Olympics which is awesome.  Again the facts are a little thin, I'm not sure if he was watching, or potentially competing in the demonstration sport of competitive origami.  Art's favorite destination so far has been Iceland, because he hasn't been to Finland or he would know better, and he's looking forward to going to Japan next.  In his down time Art likes to write, he writes everything from blog posts to tweets.  Oh, also, short stories, fiction, and a spy novel.  His nom de plume is E.L. James.  Not to be confused with the other E.L. James.  It would seem that he could draw writing inspiration from his time in the mountains as he loves to off-road, hike, and camp during the summer.  He used to love winter sports, but alas clumsiness and age seem to have caught up with him so slightly warmer, less death defying sports are his go to now.  The last line in his bio email asks if this is enough for a bio.  That's on me, I didn't really specify that the bio was for a website blurb rather than the Penguin publishing group, but it's ok, now you know everything you could want to know about Art Bello, one of our awesome Volvo sales guides here at Sill-TerHar!

  • Greg Johnson
    Volvo Salesman
    303.469.1801 x. 120

    Greg started at Sill-TerHar on December 7th, 2009. He's an avid golfer and whenever he can, enjoys travelling the country in his RV with his wife. He proudly points out that his RV is on a Ford chassis, but 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

  • Bill
    303.469.1801 x.752

    I must confess I added the ellipses for effect, Bill's last name is Zimmerer and a lot of people miss the other 'er.'  Bill's been trying to remind people of his second 'er' since 2013 here in Broomfield.  He's a great salesman who once played almost professional football for the Chicago Stars.  He likes to remember those days through the display of his great old helmet that sits behind him on his desk.  From the looks of the helmet, Bill got tackled plenty.