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Montana Collision Repair Specialists Elects New Officers

Mike Mitchell of Mitchell’s Crash Repair named new president, while Brad Meuli of A&D Collision replaces Mitchell as vice president.

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The Montana Collision Repair Specialists (MCRS) held elections during the 2014 spring meeting in Billings, Mont. Ninety-five members of the collision industry were in attendance, and as a result of the association’s membership drive, two new members joined the organization.
 
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At the Saturday morning Business Breakfast meeting, the following new officers were inducted into association leadership:

• Mike Mitchell, Mitchell’s Crash Repair, Great Falls, president, replacing Bruce Halcro of Capital Collision in Helena, who will now be the association legislative liaison

• Brad Meuli, A&D Collision, Bozeman, vice president, replacing Mitchell

• Pam Carey, Northstar Collision, Sidney, remaining secretary-treasurer

• New Directors: Paul Flores, Rick’s Auto Body, Missoula; Jeramy Myers, Flawless Auto Body, Great Falls; Todd Litton, American Auto Body, Billings; and Matthew McDonnell, Big Sky Collision, Billings

“I have been a member of the Montana Collision Repair Specialists for many years and have watched it grow and improve,” said President Mike Mitchell. “ I am honored to be to be working with this board and Montana’s collision industry.”   

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MCRS expresses deep appreciation to outgoing officers Gene Dzidza, Collision Craft, Kalispell, and Max Yates, Yates Body Shop, Butte, for their dedicated service to the industry. 


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