Dan Yeoman President's Bio:
When you think of Dan Yeoman, you think of experience. He has been around the automotive business since he was 9 years old standing on old pop cases cleaning windows at the full service gas station his founding father, Don Yeoman started. Dan has worked very hard and experience many changes within the industry. From the gas crunch, carburetors to fuel injection, drum brakes to disc brakes, and programming computers, Dan has seen and done it all. In the 1980's Dan specialized in radiator repairs, saving old worn out radiators and making them like new again. He worked as a technician rebuilding carburetors and transitioning successfully into the new fuel injection era. In 1989, Dan purchased the business from his father Don and began to make Yeoman Service Center his own. Growing and taking the business to the present day success. Dan has helped grow, improve, and change not only Yeoman Service Center, but the industry for 49 years of being in the business! This April, he will have led his company to their 50th year, leading it for more than 25 of those years! Dan is the foundation of this cooperation focuses mainly today on customer relations and overseeing the business that he developed runs as he has designed.
Donny Yeoman Vice President's Bio:
Donny started working on cars at the age of 14 and now at the age of 33, he is a third generation Yeoman and Vice President of Yeoman's. After graduating from high school, he attended Ivy Tech where he received an Associate of Science degree graduating number one in his class with Cum Laude honors. With technology changing so rapidly in the industry, he was introduced to Randy Dillman of LTS North in the year 2000. Dillman was an independent Automotive Trainer that helped Donny to the next level. With extensive automotive training locally in Fort Wayne with Dillman's year long commitment training program, and several years of traveling to Indianapolis attending Linder Technical Institute's Guru training programs, he was able to absorb and expand his knowledge on repairing today's complex cars.
In 2008, Dillman hired Donny to help train fellow technicians locally, teaching electrical and diagnostic related classes sharing testing methods to help simplify diagnosing cars of today. With this great opportunity, Donny was invited to teach his first conference in Chicago in 2010 at the CAN Conference. After Chicago, Donny was invited to fly out to Seattle, Washington to train other auto technicians from around the country at the ATE Automotive Training Expo, the West Coast's largest automotive training conference. In April 2011 he was flown to teach a one night seminar to technicians of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and in May 2011 was also flown to Virginia as a panel member to help rewrite the ASE A2 Transmission Certification Test that all auto technicians must take and pass to become ASE Certified in transmissions repair.
Donny has been and continues to repair cars daily and shares his respected knowledge with his employees and training them as well.