Staff

Sales

  • Wilmer Rodriguez

    Wilmer Rodriguez

    Sales Manager

    (610) 399-4194
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    Wilmer Rodriguez

    Wilmer Rodriguez

    Sales Manager

    I was born and raised in Puerto Rico and moved here in 1985 looking for a better life. My first job was doing landscaping and lawn maintenance for Radley Run, a local country club. A year later, I was hired by Scott Honda to work in the vehicle prep area, where I washed customers’ cars that had been in for service and also detailed new cars for delivery.

    I was laid off in December 1992, but within two weeks had gotten a job here at Otto’s doing the same sorts of things. After a couple of years, however, the dealership volume had increased to the point that it was no longer possible for our Sales Advisors to inspect and process the incoming vehicles on their own. It was at that point that I transferred to the sales department and became our “lot tender,” checking over the cars as they came in from BMW, organizing them by model, and making sure they were nicely displayed on the lot.

    In May 2007, my responsibilities evolved once more when I was chosen for this position. As Pre-Owned Manager, I deal directly with customers who simply want to sell us their vehicle without purchasing another, plus I support our Sales Manager by preparing appraisals on trade-ins and getting those cars into the shop for reconditioning and certification.

    This is by far the best place I’ve ever worked. I love the people and I love my job. When I do have time off, my wife and I work on our house, cheer for our daughter at her soccer or basketball games, and on Sundays, spend time in church. It’s a wonderful life and we really feel blessed.

  • Kevin Mahoney

    Kevin Mahoney

    Sales Manager

    (610) 399-4197
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    Kevin Mahoney

    Kevin Mahoney

    Sales Manager

    I grew up in Villanova and had an early fascination with automobiles. I subscribed to all the car magazines, basically devouring every issue as soon as it arrived. My brother and I had some old MGs we messed around with, and it was actually working on those cars that led me to buy one later in life.

    After high school, I went to Tulane University in New Orleans, where I got a degree in English. I assumed I’d follow in my father’s footsteps into the law, but listening to him reflect on his career after his retirement led me to reevaluate my own future.

    Like many newly-minted college grads, I didn’t really have a specific vision, so I headed to Los Angeles, thinking it would be a fun place to be, which it was. I did a few things while I was there, including attempting to open a restaurant with a couple of college chums. That turned out to be ill-timed, but it did wet my appetite to try again some day.

    After about eight years in LA, I felt it was time to get serious. I moved back East, got married, went into a training program, and spent the next seven years as a stock broker. I enjoyed the sales aspect of the job, but I was still hoping to connect with a product I really loved and believed in. Fortunately for me, I found that at Otto’s.

    Everything aligns for me here: the emotional connection to the cars, the pleasure of working for the Vadasz family, and the convenience of living only three miles from the dealership. That short commute gives me what I really appreciate, which is more time to be home with my family.

    My priority as Sales Manager is helping customers find the perfect car for them. I’m always circulating on the floor, so whether it’s connecting them with a Sales Advisor on their arrival, answering questions during the selection process, or helping out during the delivery of their BMW, I try to make sure I let every client know I want them to have the best experience possible here at Otto’s – and that I’ll do whatever I can to make that a reality.

    When the weather’s warm, we’re usually down in Maryland on our boat. We have a young daughter, and we like to swim in the upper bay. The boat is big enough to sleep on, so we’ll usually take a week in the summer and head down to St. Michaels. I’m also back into motorcycling, big-time. I currently have two BMW sport bikes, and if it’s not snowing or raining, I’m using those to commute. I have a group I ride with, and we’ll go out occasionally for a 250-mile day just looking for curvy roads far from urban areas.

    What I value about being here at Otto’s is how it has led me to feel more entwined with this community. I go to the supermarket, I see our clients; I go to Costco, I see our clients; I go into West Chester for dinner, I see our clients. I really appreciate the sense of pride and connection that generates. I find it surprisingly fulfilling.

  • Justice Mogano

    Justice Mogano

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4175
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    Justice Mogano

    Justice Mogano

    Client Advisor

    This is the best job I’ve ever had, and yet there’s no way I could have predicted the path that led me here. I grew up loving engines, engineering and mechanics, and helping my dad do basic service on his 1969 Mercedes convertible.

    After I got out of high school, I had no clear sense of my best next step. I gave some thought to the military, but I also loved music and considered playing professionally. What I actually did was to enroll at St. Joseph’s University, and to give me some real-world perspective, including the value of higher education, my dad got me a job with my uncle’s construction firm. Pouring concrete for the next few summers convinced me to get my degree, a decision I’ve never regretted.

    After graduation I joined Fresh Fields – now Whole Foods – as a manager trainee, where I learned how their stores operate, and then went on to become a butcher and ultimately the Meat Department Manager. Motivated partly by a desire to avoid hand injuries, I decided to leave the food industry and get my first sales job with Lucent Technology. Cold-calling door-to-door was tough work, but I persevered and became their top performer. I learned great lessons about motivation, self-discipline, and surviving rejection – all very useful life skills.

    Lucent hit hard times around 9/11 and I was among those laid off. Fortunately, I knew someone who knew the sales manager here at Otto’s, and in 2001 I signed on as a greeter. After extensive training, I became a Client Advisor, a position I hope to hold for the foreseeable future.

    Coming from a modest background, I really hadn’t encountered the sort of clientele we have here. I was struck not only by their affluence and level of education, but also the graciousness in our interactions. I think those things, as well as the decency and commitment shown by our owners toward customers and staff, are what I’ve found most appealing about this dealership.

    I live in West Chester. I see my customers everywhere I go, and a lot of them have become real friends. For example, I’ve been playing pick-up soccer with a very diverse bunch of guys here in Chester County since 2005, and every year we go abroad to compete with senior teams internationally. Otto’s has always been our sponsor, something I find pretty amazing. We’re known as the Soccer Olde Boys – or as we refer to ourselves, the SOBs.

    I love recording music and have a studio in my home. My former band mates and I get together and make demos, but I think our days of playing publicly are behind us. For us at this point, it’s really about having a good time with a fun hobby.

  • Jay Miller

    Jay Miller

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4152
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    Jay Miller

    Jay Miller

    Client Advisor

    I was born and raised in the Lancaster County area. After college, I worked at a VW-Porsche-Audi dealer in Lancaster until I left to start my own company transporting high-line vehicles in the Mid-Atlantic region. A couple of years later, however, I decided I really wanted to get back into the activity of a dealership, and with my family history, BMW was the natural choice.

    I was actually the ultimate BMW baby, having been born just as my mother was being lifted from our 1600 Alpina onto a gurney. Dad still has that ’67 Alpina, and has added a number of other BMWs over the years, mostly M cars. My first automobile was also a Bimmer – a 1976 2002.

    Our family had been in the furniture business since 1820, but growing up my dad always had an interest in cars. He had a shop where he restored and repaired vehicles, and throughout the late sixties and early seventies he competed in a lot of road races, hill-climbs, and MINI stocks. I’m a big Formula One fan, and have been following the sport since I was a kid.

    Here at Otto’s, my style of presentation bridges the early “enthusiasts-only” days to now, where BMWs are viewed and widely admired as the world’s best luxury sports vehicles. I like to talk to people, find out what’s important to them, and put them in the right car. I strive hard to make sure my clients find the perfect automobile for their needs and desires. It’s important to me that they’re completely satisfied with the entire process.

    Beyond my family and Motorsport, my passions include traveling, mountain biking, and visiting vineyards, both here and abroad.

  • Ralph Nofsinger

    Ralph Nofsinger

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4191
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    Ralph Nofsinger

    Ralph Nofsinger

    Client Advisor

    As is famously true for many born in the Philadelphia area, I grew up here and never left. My family and I lived in Delaware County until I was about eight, at which point we moved to Chester County, where I’ve been ever since.

    After I graduated from Henderson High, I realized I wasn’t really a motivated student, so instead of going on to college, I started looking for a job. I did a few different things at first, but in my mid-twenties, decided to follow my passion for automobiles and applied for a position at a Pontiac-Buick dealership in Exton.

    It was there that I found out how much I enjoy helping people through the process of buying a car. I discovered I have a gift for listening carefully and using that information to offer whatever level of guidance and advice my customers are seeking. I’ve been successful with that balanced approach, and because clients seem to appreciate it, I’m still doing that today.

    After the dealership in Exton, I worked for about 15 years at Faulkner Pontiac, Buick and GMC Truck, and then went into the insurance business for awhile. It wasn’t too long, however, before I decided to come back to my automotive roots by taking a sales position here at Otto’s in 2004. The rest, as they say, is history. I love this place, and have no plans to leave.

    I’ve come to realize a number of things set Otto’s apart from the competition. One is the third-generation family ownership and hands-on management. With that steady leadership comes high standards that are never compromised. But even as our bedrock business principles remain consistent, this dealership has shown itself flexible and sure-footed in adapting to the market shifts that have been pretty challenging over the past few decades.

    One of the biggest changes since my arrival, of course, is the degree to which our customers have integrated the Internet into their pre-sales research. It actually has made my job more interesting and enjoyable. Our clients have generally done much of their own “due diligence” in figuring out the best match of model with their lifestyle priorities, which streamlines the process and makes it very pleasant.

    In my free moments, I love to talk baseball – and attend as many Phillies games as I can. Family responsibilities make long vacations difficult at this point, but I look forward to the time when I can indulge myself with the kinds of travel I used to really enjoy.

  • Scott Gately

    Scott Gately

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4163
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    Scott Gately

    Scott Gately

    Client Advisor

    I grew up in North Jersey and got my degree in business management in 2006 from Lock Haven University. Going into my senior year, I looked at the rather bleak employment landscape and decided I needed to nail down a job. Several professors had recommended the Enterprise Rent-a-Car program, so I went through the interviews and secured a position a few months before graduation.

    The good news is that I did really well with the company, ultimately managing five stores and winning 20 consecutive sales awards. The bad news is that the hours were grueling, the pay was modest, and as is usually the case when people need to rent a car, customer attitudes were often a challenge, to say the least.

    I was fortunate in one way, however. My territory included West Chester, and I often found myself providing overflow loaner cars for Otto’s. In working with various members of the management team here, I got very affirming comments about my initiative, dedication, and high level of customer service. They offered me a job on several occasions, but it wasn’t until I finally decided to part ways with Enterprise that I applied and was hired as a Sales Advisor.

    In all candor, I wasn’t sure this would be the “dream job” I’d been hoping to find, nor did it seem to be getting me closer to my ultimate goal of owning my own business. But the irony, of course, is that here I am years later, and to my great good fortune, it seems I stumbled upon something I’m good at and like doing.

    This position rewards me for hard work and still allows me to spend time with my family. And while before, it always seemed like I was seeing people on their worst day, here it’s the precise opposite: my clients come in because they actively want a BMW, and for them, that makes it a really good day.

    Because of where and how I grew up, I find it easy to relate to our customers – and their love for BMWs. My goal is always to make the process fun, and to make sure it’s not only a good buying experience but also an excellent owning experience.

    With the birth of my son and daughter, I’ve come to realize that being a father and husband is the best job in the world. Spending time as a family, whether at the beach or in our backyard, is absolutely the best.

  • Daniel Stangl

    Daniel Stangl

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4158
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    Daniel Stangl

    Daniel Stangl

    Client Advisor

    I was born in Omaha, Nebraska. My dad was in the Air Force, and like many military families, we moved several times before landing in Camden, Delaware, which is where I graduated from high school in 2003. My father, who was an airplane maintenance specialist during his time in the service, was always very mechanically inclined, and I think some of that rubbed off on me. He and I used to do lots of small repairs around the house as well as work on the family cars.

    Hoping to leverage that interest into a possible career, I moved up to West Chester in 2005 to enroll in the Automotive Training Center in Exton. While I was completing their 18-month course, I also had a job at QVC, where I worked behind the scenes pulling products and making sure they had enough inventory for their on-air production. I stayed there on a part-time basis until 2008.

    My first full-time job in the automotive field was as a technician at Land Rover in West Chester. I was hoping to use that as a stepping stone to becoming a service writer, and ultimately, service manager- but that plan shifted several years later after I got the opportunity to try sales at a local Audi dealership.

    I had been aware of Otto’s for almost a dozen years before I decided to apply for a position here. I knew the dealership’s reputation for having a great work environment, so when I saw a posting for Client Advisor on LinkedIn back in 2015, I jumped at the opportunity.

    My service experience has definitely been helpful in working with customers. I find that many of those drawn to BMWs actually like to talk about the nuts and bolts. They seem to respect – and respond to – my technician’s understanding of how these cars are put together, and enjoy engaging on that level.

    I take a very straightforward, low-stress approach to life, and try to bring that same attitude to my job here at Otto’s. There is never any pressure or manipulation. I simply want to deliver the same kind of high-end experience that my clients will find when they get behind the wheel of their new BMW.

    I met my future wife while we were both at QVC. We were married in 2009, and now have three wonderful children. We like to take age-appropriate day trips to the zoo, the aquarium, and the beach, but five or six years down the road, I’m really looking forward to more expanded travel. At the top of that list are Japan and Europe.

  • Ian  Martin

    Ian Martin

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4181
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    Ian  Martin

    Ian Martin

    Client Advisor

    One of the first things I did when I arrived at Otto’s back in January 2016 was to read the staff profiles on our website. It was a great way to get acclimated quickly, and I was fascinated to see how often an early exposure to BMWs was the first step toward working here. In a way, as you’ll see, that’s my story as well.

    My roots are local. I was born in Wilmington and grew up in Newark, Delaware. I went to Delcastle Vo-Tech, where I was member of their first graduating class in communications and publishing. I was an all-state lacrosse player and won a state award for graphic design. My dad wanted me to be an engineer, but I took a more creative route.

    In my senior year at Delcastle, I was fortunate enough to be invited to spend a semester studying in Germany, where my appreciation for BMWs deepened. I remember being driven in from the airport and having an M5 pass us as if we were standing still. It was amazing to see my ideal car in its natural environment. I’ll never forget it.

    My college career began at Loyola University Maryland, but after a transfer to West Chester University to play more lacrosse and another to Lycoming College, I ultimately graduated in 2007 with a BA in Commercial Design.

    Jobs were hard to come by, but I finally got a position with a small IT company as an in-house graphic designer. When the owners closed up shop and moved to Switzerland, I spent about six months in the insurance industry – definitely not a fit – before landing a sales position at the BMW dealership in Wilmington. I learned a lot there, but I had always had my eye on Otto’s, so when a position opened up here, I jumped. Other than proposing to my wife, it was the best decision I ever made.

    I have always had both an analytical and creative nature, and being a Client Advisor allows me to use those gifts every day. As I listen to my customers, I can actually picture which model I believe will make them the happiest, and can articulate that vision in a way they seem to appreciate.

    I believe strongly in the founding values that set this dealership apart. It’s clear the owners are in business for the right reasons, something our clients sense and respond to. For my part, my customers know I will always be their advocate, and that my motivation is not my commission but their satisfaction.

    On the family side, I’m married with a young son. As he gets older, we’re able to enjoy vacations at the beach and like to foster his creative side with trips to area museums. We also have a handsome German Shorthaired Pointer, Steele, lovingly known as our four-footed child.

  • Robert Madden

    Robert Madden

    Client Advisor

    (610) 399-4165
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    Robert Madden

    Robert Madden

    Client Advisor

  • Lauren Snyder

    Lauren Snyder

    Client Advisor

    610-399-4151
    Lauren Snyder

    Lauren Snyder

    Client Advisor

  • Kyle Murphy

    Kyle Murphy

    Client Advisor

    610-399-8076
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    Kyle Murphy

    Kyle Murphy

    Client Advisor

  • Wayne Matsinger

    Wayne Matsinger

    Client Advisor

    610-399-4198
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    Wayne Matsinger

    Wayne Matsinger

    Client Advisor

Finance

  • Chad Carey

    Chad Carey

    Financial Services Director

    (610) 455-2806
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    Chad Carey

    Chad Carey

    Financial Services Director

  • John Keenan

    John Keenan

    Financial Services Administrator

    (610) 399-4161
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    John Keenan

    John Keenan

    Financial Services Administrator

  • Noel Montesano

    Noel Montesano

    Financial Services Administrator

    (610) 399-4173
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    Noel Montesano

    Noel Montesano

    Financial Services Administrator

  • Janelle Netzer

    Janelle Netzer

    Financial Services Administrator

    (610) 399-4146
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    Janelle Netzer

    Janelle Netzer

    Financial Services Administrator

Service

  • Chris Clayton

    Chris Clayton

    Fixed Operations Director

    (610) 399-4159
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    Chris Clayton

    Chris Clayton

    Fixed Operations Director

    There’s a very nice symmetry to my long association with Otto’s. I began my career at our BMW dealership in 1987, and except for a short hiatus, I have been part of the Otto’s family ever since. My current position as Service Manager for BMW is perfectly aligned with my training, my personality, and my automotive passion. I have a great team of Advisors and technicians, and I can’t imagine working in a more constructive, congenial environment.

    Cars have been at the center of my universe as far back as I can remember. My longtime dream was to build racing engines, but when I discovered the economic realities associated with that, I adjusted my goals and pursued extensive training in automotive and machine shop classes. After I graduated, I was referred to Otto’s by a friend and got my first full time job as a shop technician.

    In the years since, I have served in a number of different positions within the company and always appreciated being able to combine my enthusiasm for our cars with my innate desire to help people. I have an empathetic nature, so even now as a manager, I’m always motivated to apply my mechanic’s understanding of a customer’s car to making sure we resolve whatever it is that needs attention. And because our clients are legendary in their attachment to their BMWs, they seem particularly appreciative of our efforts.

    I was born and raised in Wayne, Pennsylvania and graduated from Radnor High School. I lived in Devon for a while but moved back to Wayne where I spend most of my free time sharing my passion for all things automotive with my two sons. The older one is now driving -hard to believe- and enjoys working with me on my old cars. Like me, they both love sports and are really into lacrosse.

  • Joseph  Fritz

    Joseph Fritz

    Service Manager

    (610) 455-2843
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    Joseph  Fritz

    Joseph Fritz

    Service Manager

  • Richard Weller

    Richard Weller

    CEC Service Director

    (610) 399-8067
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    Richard Weller

    Richard Weller

    CEC Service Director

    I was an Otto’s customer for seven years, during which time I had such good experiences that I eventually decided to apply for a job here. During that time I was a hotel manager in Wilmington, a position that taught me a lot about customer service.

    Because of my work I came here with a real grasp of what it’s like to be on both sides of the counter: knowing what customers are looking for, being empathetic to their concerns, and understanding that it’s sometimes difficult for them to articulate those concerns. I find I’m able to bridge the gap between our technical people and our customers.

    I’ve also discovered that the needs of customers in both the hotel and automotive worlds are pretty similar. They want to be listened to, they want to be understood, and they want to feel that they’re talking to a human being who cares about their concerns and genuinely wants to be of service. At the end of the day, you want to feel like you’ve made a difference.

    A relaxing weekend for me is any place with a beach, blue skies, and friendly people. I like to travel quite a bit, and have been to Europe, South America, and the Caribbean. I’m always looking forward to another trip to a location where I can experience cultural diversity.

  • Natosha Terry

    Natosha Terry

    Scheduling Coordinator

    Natosha Terry

    Natosha Terry

    Scheduling Coordinator

  • Mikikia Davis

    Mikikia Davis

    Scheduling Coordinator

    Mikikia Davis

    Mikikia Davis

    Scheduling Coordinator

  • Victor Deleon

    Victor Deleon

    Service Hospitality Coordinator

    Victor Deleon

    Victor Deleon

    Service Hospitality Coordinator

  • Bill Cosenza

    Bill Cosenza

    Service Advisor

    (610) 399-8065
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    Bill Cosenza

    Bill Cosenza

    Service Advisor

    There’s something very symmetrical about being here at Otto’s. Not only does it build on my 30-plus years of service in the automotive industry, but once again I’m in a family-operated business, which really takes me back to my roots.

    I was born and raised in the Rose Tree section of Delaware County and graduated from Penn Crest High School in 1979. Growing up, my parents operated a number of Amoco stations throughout the region, so it was a natural move for me to join them in the business. As a first step, I went through Amoco’s Atlas service program, becoming a skilled, hands-on mechanic and certified as a state inspection technician. I followed up with a series of management training courses and ultimately was named vice-president in charge of administering and overseeing our various properties.

    Life was going well at that point, but things changed significantly when Amoco began demolishing or downsizing their stations, getting rid of their service bays in order to sell fuel exclusively. That decision – and new family priorities – led me to move into automotive service at the dealer level, first at a General Motors franchise where I worked as a Cadillac service advisor and assistant manager, and then at a Mercedes store here in West Chester.

    Both those experiences prepared me well for being here at Otto’s. Not only did I gain an in-depth understanding of automotive service at the luxury level, I was also able to hone what others have described as my strong interpersonal skills.

    The fact is, I have always viewed clients as family, giving them the sort of guidance I believe best serves their interests. I am totally transparent when we’re reviewing their repair or maintenance concerns, and they seem to appreciate my being their advocate. That sort of honesty is important, in my view, and it definitely leads to enduring customer loyalty.

    On a personal note, my wife and I celebrated our 30th anniversary in September 2011. We have a daughter and a son, and I love involving them in the wide range of outdoor activities I enjoy, including hiking, hunting, fishing, and boating.

  • Frank Adinolfi

    Frank Adinolfi

    Service Advisor

    (610) 399-4156
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    Frank Adinolfi

    Frank Adinolfi

    Service Advisor

    My fascination with fixing things goes back to my childhood when I first started taking stuff apart just to see how it worked. By the time I was fourteen, I began to join my dad out on the driveway when he did maintenance on our ’77 Maverick. Every time he’d pop the hood, I’d peer into the engine compartment, fascinated. All those different parts just amazed me.

    After working in two independent full-service repair shops for ten years, I wanted to see what it was like inside a dealership. In ten minutes, I knew this the place was where I wanted to be.

    The appearance was very professional, and the staff was supportive. I saw a distinctly different way of communicating with customers.

    Because most of the cars we work on originally came through our sales department a service visit can have a big impact on a customer’s overall impression of the dealership. We understand that. I really appreciate the one-on-one relationships I have with our customers, and I’m very pleased to be part of the process that keeps their BMWs running at peak performance.

  • Melissa Gibson

    Melissa Gibson

    Service Advisor

    (610) 399-4176
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    Melissa Gibson

    Melissa Gibson

    Service Advisor

    I grew up around a favorite uncle who loved to work on old muscle cars for the pure pleasure of the process, and his interest definitely spilled over into my life, as well. While it wasn’t part of my original plan to be employed at an automobile dealership, being around cars – especially these amazing BMWs – does connect me with those great early memories.

    I was born and raised in West Chester. After graduating from East High School, I went to college with the intention of majoring in journalism, a field of study that turned out to be less interesting than I had imagined. I took some time off from school and returned in 2008 to pursue a degree in architecture, something for which I had a real passion. Unfortunately, competing life priorities did not allow me to continue with the demanding curricula, so I had to put those dreams on hold. It was tough to let go, but I got a good life lesson out of the experience: better to deal with what is, than get discouraged over what might have been.

    I decided college was not going to work for me, so in 2009 I enrolled in cosmetology school. This was a trade that had always been an interest in the back of my mind. I liked that it would allow me to be creative – plus, in making my clients feel better, it would be very gratifying as well. I completed the program in 2011, and continue to work part-time in the salon industry.

    In 2011, I decided to leave the bank where I had been employed for 6 years, and applied for a job at Otto’s. I had always admired BMW’s, and decided it was a good time to make a move. I was hired to work in the MINI Lifestyle Boutique, but my goal was to become a MINI Service Advisor, which happened in the fall of 2013.

    I loved the MINI culture, both as it exists at the dealership and also as it was reflected in our clients. Our customers are very loyal to their brand – it’s like they wear their MINI heart on their sleeve – but diverse in many other ways. As their Service Adviser, I got to spend more time with them, and get to see close-up how much they appreciate and dote on their cars.

    By May 2018, I was sensing it was once again time for a change, so when I was offered the position of Service Advisor here at our BMW dealership, I jumped at the opportunity. It turned out to be a great transition, and I have been welcomed with open arms by my co- workers and customers alike. Every day I’m learning more about the different aspects of these amazing vehicles, and I really like that challenge. I look forward to my future with Otto’s and the BMW brand.

    I recently purchased a new home, so much of my free time is dedicated to finding projects around the house. I love to travel (at this point a mostly deferred pleasure), spend time outdoors (I’m very much a child of the sun), and just enjoy life on a daily basis.

  • Caroline Combs

    Caroline Combs

    Service Advisor

    610-399-8066
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    Caroline Combs

    Caroline Combs

    Service Advisor

  • Heather DeRitis

    Heather DeRitis

    Service Advisor

    610-399-4153
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    Heather DeRitis

    Heather DeRitis

    Service Advisor

  • Harold Harris

    Harold Harris

    Service Advisor

    610-399-8077
    Harold Harris

    Harold Harris

    Service Advisor

  • Joseph Izzi

    Joseph Izzi

    Service Advisor

    610-399-8079
    Joseph Izzi

    Joseph Izzi

    Service Advisor

  • Janice Breen

    Janice Breen

    Service Receptionist

    Janice Breen

    Janice Breen

    Service Receptionist

Technicians & Shop Staff

  • Jake Zimmerman

    Jake Zimmerman

    Shop Foreman

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    Jake Zimmerman

    Jake Zimmerman

    Shop Foreman

  • Matt Zook

    Matt Zook

    Shop Foreman

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    Matt Zook

    Matt Zook

    Shop Foreman

  • Thomas Marron

    Thomas Marron

    BMW Technician

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    Thomas Marron

    Thomas Marron

    BMW Technician

  • Kyle Wendland

    Kyle Wendland

    BMW Technician

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    Kyle Wendland

    Kyle Wendland

    BMW Technician

  • Drew Davies

    Drew Davies

    BMW Technician

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    Drew Davies

    Drew Davies

    BMW Technician

  • Ralph Trego

    Ralph Trego

    BMW Technician

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    Ralph Trego

    Ralph Trego

    BMW Technician

  • Dave Edwards

    Dave Edwards

    BMW Technician

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    Dave Edwards

    Dave Edwards

    BMW Technician

  • Steve Dwyer

    Steve Dwyer

    BMW Technician

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    Steve Dwyer

    Steve Dwyer

    BMW Technician

  • Ryan Bonjo

    Ryan Bonjo

    BMW Technician

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    Ryan Bonjo

    Ryan Bonjo

    BMW Technician

  • James Hicks

    James Hicks

    BMW Technician

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    James Hicks

    James Hicks

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  • Isrrael Ortiz-Cordoba

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  • Miles Hawes

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  • Reed Frame

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Parts

  • Randy Grace

    Randy Grace

    Parts Manager

    (610) 399-4149
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  • Anthony Blubello

    Anthony Blubello

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    (610) 455-2851
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    (610) 399-8064
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