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Marlin Fox opened Quality Truck & Tire in Clare on October 15, 2007. For years, he had dreamt of opening his own business, and working on large trucks and buying and selling equipment were his passions.
Marlin has always enjoyed taking things apart to see how they work. From an early age, he dreamed of being a mechanic. At 19, he took the first steps toward that dream by landing a job repairing wrecked trucks and putting them back together. At 27, he bought an empty building in Clare Michigan. He started out with zero customers but, through hard work and long hours, he gained work from many local fleets and farmers as well as customers coming off the interstate. Having that same passion for his work and an outstanding team has made Quality Truck and Tire a respected and thriving shop in Clare, Michigan.
Quality Truck & Tire hires expertly trained technicians and truck mechanics in the Clare, MI area. They take part in intensive training on the latest truck technology. We give our team members the tools to succeed at their jobs, and get out of their way so they can run with it. Since our team members are the most important part of our business, we invest in them by giving them a great place to work and providing ongoing training.
Twila Weaver is the bookkeeper/secretary. Twila excels in crunching numbers. Her accuracy and dependability make her contributions invaluable at the front desk.
Scott Metcalf worked as a manager and salesman in the trucking business before coming to Quality Truck and Tire. Selling trucks and equipment is Scott's passion, and he is committed to offering top-notch service to every buyer.
Nate Wernette worked as shop foreman at a large trucking company before becoming parts manager at Quality Truck and Tire.
Jim Williams worked in the oil fields and trucking industry for many years. Now he works at the rebuild shop, ordering parts and overseeing work flow.
John Marshall has been a mechanic most of his life. His experience provides a wealth of information on difficult truck problems. John is our go-to man for any diesel questions.
Henry does anything in the line of building maintenance: he built the new parts room and installed a bigger overhead door and organized the tool corner. When all the building maintenance is up to date, Henry assists the mechanics in light-duty work. Henry is talented and energetic, making him a valuable part of the team.
Zach Whitney graduated from the University of Northwest OH Automotive Technology and works at the rebuilding shop. His previous experience in building proto-types was good preparation for his current work in rebuilding trucks.
Lewis Stutzman does most of the heavy-duty towing, and helps with service calls for roadside repair. Lewis is also responsible for doing truck inspections, doing shop maintenance, and obtaining parts.
Michael Hathaway earned a technical degree from Penn Foster in heavy-duty truck maintenance. For years, Michael worked on garbage trucks. Since he joined the team at Quality Truck and Tire, he works in the truck sales department, preparing trucks for the sales lot by diagnosing electrical issues and changing brakes and tires.