Our Management Team
Admin / Customer Service
Lori is the second in command at Central Repair. Lori was born in Saskatoon and grew up in Warman. Lori’s first years at Central Repair were more behind the scenes as she was raising their young family. Lori came to work in the office in 2009. Lori has very strong family values and that shines though into the business as well. Her open door policy shows her true character. Lori loves camping and is most at home surrounded by her cherished family and friends.
Corbett is the backbone of Central Repair and can almost always be found at the shop working alongside his staff. Corbett was born in British Columbia and moved to Saskatoon when he was a teenager. Corbett started his first job in the Heavy Duty industry at just 17 and has definitely made an impact in the industry since then. Corbett attended SIAST in Prince Albert and completed his journeyman in 2000. He worked for Truckline until 2005 when he and his wife Lori opened Central Repair. Central Repair started as a two man operation in a one bay shop and has grown into what it is today. Corbett believes in running a business that is both honest and fair. He has always been very hands on and willing to try new things. Corbett loves camping and spends most summers making memories with his family and friends.
Holly has been with Central Repair going on 14 years. Her official title is Office manager but she knows the business inside and out.
Holly was born and raised in Saskatoon so it only seems natural for her work for an independent local business.
Holly has worked in many different areas before she came to work for us including healthcare. She attended the U of S and SIAST campuses here in Saskatoon.
Holly enjoys working with the public and the diversity of Central Repair. There is always an opportunity to learn something new.
Holly enjoys traveling in her free time and has a bucket list of places she would like to see.
Zach started working for Central Repair in July of 2014 after finishing the Pre-Employment Program at SIAST. He quickly learned the ropes of the business becoming Shop Foreman in 2018 and achieving Journeyperson status in 2019. His specialties include auxiliary heating systems such as ProHeat, Webasto and Espar as well as electrical systems diagnosis. Zach has a varied education background including time spent at the University of Saskatchewan, SIAST and many continued learning courses during his time spent at Central Repair, including becoming a Webasto Service & Repair Specialist. He has many hobbies including camping, riding his motorcycle and spending time with his beautiful wife. Zach prides himself in being a friendly face for the company and helping customers as much as possible to keep them on the road.