The Team

If you haven't caught on by now, we're family. No really....all but one of us is related and Mark has been here so long that we forget he has a different mother.  

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Richard "Dick" Wolfe

Founder

The man, the myth, the legend. Dick Wolfe was the founder of Dick Wolfe's Garage. He started his 2 bay auto repair business behind his house in 1953. As the years progressed, his business continued to grow. He eventually passed on the business to his son Kevin who ran it for quite a few years before moving onto motivation speaking. In 2007, the Nornholds purchased the business. Dick has since passed away, but his legacy continues on at 248 South Progress Ave.

Robert Nornhold

Owner

Robert has always had a passion for cars, especially muscle cars. He has been wrenching for over 55 years and his years of experience helped lay the foundation for the future. You won't find Bob in the garage anymore, unless he gets bored at home or his spidey-senses tell him we ordered food

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Amanda Whitebread

Owner

You can catch Amanda in the office on the daily. She manages all the day to day operations and behind the scene stuff. Amanda graduated from Wyotech in 2006 with a degree in Specialized Technology in Automotive Collision & Refinishing, Trim & Upholstery, as well as a degree in Business Management. In her free time, she is a first responder in the community and spends time supporting children diagnosed with Autism, like her son.  In fact, Amanda and her husband testified in from the the PA House of Representatives in support of House Bill 1900 in Spring of 2021. You also may have seen her on ABC 27 News where she was a finalist as Central PA's Most Remarkable Woman.   

Susan Nornhold

Owner

Sue is a silent owner at DWG, but less than silent in the world. She is the wife of Robert and mother of Amanda. She works full time as a Polysomnographic Technologist for Penn State Milton Hershey Hospital and is also a first responder in the community. You may have chatted with her in the office when Amanda is out for the day or when she stopped by on her way home from working night shift. 

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Mark Lenker

Master Automotive Technician

If it's broke, Mark can most certainly fix it. Mark has been with DWG for over 10 years now and has never turned away a challenge. From the basics to the electrical nightmares, he's been able to correctly diagnose every vehicle he has ever pulled into his bay. So if you think the job is too big or too much of a nightmare, I dare you to give him a try... you won't be disappointed. In his free time you can catch Mark  flying a drone with his kids, helping his dad in his cabinet business or 3D printing something new.

Kenton Whitebread Jr.

Automotive Technician

Kenny came to DWG in 2016 after he got out of prison... ok he just worked, there but he loves that line. Prior to his CO career Kenny did custom fabrication and maintenance on fire trucks. When his wife Amanda is stuck at home with a sick kid or schools closed, you'll catch Kenny soaking up the A/C in the office. When Kenny is not working he is still "working" as a Fire Chief at a local fire department, an EMT-B, and as a PADI certified rescue diver. Plus, he testified in front of the PA House of Representatives in support of HB 1900. Kenny is easy to pick out of the bunch, look for the guy with no hair...that's what working with your wife all day will do to you.  

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