History and Professional Team
After earning a marketing degree from the University of Northern Colorado in 1980, Phil’s entrepreneurial “seizure” led him to tap into his passion for cars and Phil’s Auto Repair was born, which evolved into Phil’s Pro Auto Service.
At Phil’s Pro Auto we’ll do whatever it takes to solve a problem to our customer’s satisfaction. We’re in the business of building long-lasting relationships and treating you right! We address your concerns and can help you keep your family safe through scheduled maintenance. We pay attention to routine oil changes, brake repair, tire rotation, and car and truck tune-ups, we won’t waste your hard-earned money. That’s what has kept us in business since 1985. Satisfied customers provide referrals and that loyalty helps us continue to grow.
We know you want:
- to have your car fixed or serviced correctly – the first time
- the work done quickly and on the schedule promised
- to be treated with honest respect
- to understand what work needs to be done and why
- a fair, competitive price
- a trustworthy mechanic who is concerned about your safety
- to do business in a clean and inviting environment
That’s what we guarantee our valued customers.
Our service-family of mechanics has logged 237+ years of professional experience you can count on. Come meet us…
Phil White - Owner
Cory Gill - Technician
David Huyck - Technician
Ron Coats - Technician
Connor McDonald - Technician
Jon White - Service Advisor
Mike Solis - Service Advisor
Jody Sellinghausen - Shuttle Driver and
Shop Maintenance Expert
Caring for our Community
Phil White, his family and his family of employees all believe in the “Pay if Forward” philosophy of giving back to their community. Phil’s Pro Auto Service hosts a year-round food drive to benefit the Weld Food Bank. You are invited to bring in canned goods when you have a service appointment. Phil’s team will deduct $1 for each can – up to 5, so you can earn up to $5 off your invoice. You save and help the hungry in the process!
Phil, in conjunction with the Greeley Luncheon Optimist Club, sponsors and coordinates an annual Tri-Star Basketball Skills program for ages 8-13 at the city, regional and state levels. This fun, friendly competition promotes good hand/eye development for our youth.
Phil also stays involved in the Aims Community College Automotive program, The Boys and Girls Clubs, Women to Women, and the Colorado Model Railroad Museum.