Kadel’s Auto Body Promotes Two Employees - BodyShop Business

Kadel’s Auto Body Promotes Two Employees

From left to right: Rodney Edward, shop manager; Rafael Ramos, journeyman paint technician; Rich Powers, regional manager; and Vince McDonnell, director of operations.
From left to right: Rodney Edward, shop manager;
Rafael Ramos, journeyman paint technician; Rich
Powers, regional manager; and Vince McDonnell,
director of operations.

Kadel’s Auto Body of Portland, Ore., announced that it has promoted two of its employees, Rafael Ramos and Jeff Fetter, to the position of journeyman paint technician.

Ramos joined the company in 2012 and has worked at in Gresham as well as the downtown Kadel’s shop. Aside from repairing automobiles, Ramos’ hobbies include drawing, painting and sculpture. He resides in Battleground, Wash., with his wife, Aleyda, and three children.

Jeff Fetter accepts his certificate from Don Braden, Kadel’s president and CEO.

Fetter joined Kadel’s in 2010 after obtaining his associates degree in collision repair and refinishing from Clackamas Community College. Originally from Orting, Wash., Fetter now resides in Scappoose, Ore., with his wife, Ashley. He enjoys hunting, fishing, camping and snowboarding during his time off.

Jeff Fetter accepts his certificate from Don Braden, Kadel's president and CEO.
Jeff Fetter accepts his certificate from Don Braden, Kadel’s
president and CEO.

Headquartered in Tigard, Ore., Kadel’s Auto Body was founded in 1954. It’s the region’s largest provider of auto body repair, and the eighth largest independently owned auto body collision repair provider in the U.S. Since opening the first shop in Tigard, the company has expanded to 21 locations throughout the Pacific Northwest including Oregon, Washington and Idaho.


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