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Amye came to Professional Collision as an estimator after gaining 13 years of experience as an adjuster in the insurance industry. Quickly becoming an invaluable asset to the team, Amye was named Navarre Location Manager in 2016. Amye holds both Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and I-CAR Platinum certifications, recognizing her continued expertise and skill development as a collision repair professional. She is also a member of the Women’s Industry Network (WIN), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating opportunities to attract women to collision repair while recognizing excellence, promoting leadership, and fostering a network among the women who are shaping the industry.
The Mobile, AL native is a graduate of the University of South Alabama, wife and mother of three. Moving from Mobile to Navarre, Amye continues to enjoy a coastal lifestyle and time spent on the beach when she’s not at the dance studio or ballpark.
A true leader at heart, Greg Hagan is committed to coaching and leading his team as the Foley Location Manager to be better today than yesterday and even better tomorrow. With 22 years in the automotive business, over three of which were as a service advisor for a new car dealer, Greg has not only the know-how, but also the passion to teach his trade as an instructor with I-CAR since 2012. An example of dedication, Greg became the general manager of a small body shop and was instrumental in the design and expansion of two new locations. It’s no wonder he was twice recognized nationally as a Top Ten Shop by Auto Body Repair News Magazine.
A resident of Foley, Greg moved from Indiana to enjoy the beautiful weather and outdoors the Gulf Coast offers year round and he hopes to never again hear the phrase “negative wind chill”.
James (Robbie) Skipper, Location Manager for Professional Collision – Saraland, has over 17 years of experience in the collision repair industry. As a manager of a body shop for 14 years, Robbie has contributed tremendous experience and expertise to the Professional Collision team since being named manager in 2017.
A 1996 graduate of Theodore High School, Robbie is committed to serving his local community. He has served as a volunteer firefighter and safety officer for Theodore/Dawes Fire Department for over five years and coached girls’ fast pitch softball for four years with the Theodore Athletic Association. He enjoys spending time traveling and hiking with his wife Mandy and their four children.
Grant Gaydorus started with Professional Collision in May 2017, but his passion for the collision industry goes back to 1994 when he restored a classic Oldsmobile 1968 Toronado that had been in his family for 39 years. Inspired by this project and after serving in the U.S. Navy, Grant went on to put his degree in Automotive Technology and two years of vocational training to work owning a body shop in Norcross, GA for seven years.
After managing the body shop in Georgia, Grant returned to his home state of New York for eight years, but was brought back to the South, this time lower Alabama, where he and his wife Winni could be closer to family. He and Winni have been married for ten years with two rescue dogs and a home in the quaint city of Silverhill, AL, where Grant demonstrates another mastered skill – Italian cooking.
A graduate of Auburn University, Jason Langston joined the Professional Collision family in April 2010 as an experienced estimator. In 2014, he was promoted to Location Manager of the Highway 90 shop. Outside of the shop, Jason spends his time enjoying the Gulf Coast with his wife Cindy and two sons, Hamp and Carson. The Langston family are active members of Christ United Methodist Church.
Shelley Stagner, our Location Manager at the Springhill shop, has more than 25 years of automotive industry experience. Shelley knows her way around a body shop and has seen and done it all. She began her career with Sadisco/Salvage Auto Auction of Mobile and from there become a Total Loss Claim Specialist with Allstate Insurance. In 2002, Shelley joined the Professional Collision team as a Customer Service Representative. Having worked at several of our locations in the customer service department, parts, and management she was named Springhill Location Manager in 2012. A member of Women’s Industry Network (WIN), Shelley is ASE certified and is in the process of becoming I-Car certified.
Shelley said, “the automotive industry is one that is ever-changing, and I’m determined to keep up with the new technology and advancements in products, parts, and tools to bring our customers the best and most complete auto collision repair services possible.”
Joe has worked in the automotive industry since 1992 and has over 16 years of experience in the collision repair industry. During this time, Joe has developed a diverse background ranging in all areas of the industry, starting as a customer service representative and moving to parts consultant, service advisor, and collision estimator. Currently, Joe is a Location Manager for Professional Collision, Schillinger. A dedicated individual, Joe takes pride in anything he does, whether it be personal or professional.
A 1992 graduate of Theodore High School, Joe is a family man who is active in the Theodore community. As a youth coach for cheerleading, baseball, basketball, and football, Joe knows how important and rewarding it is to give back.