Tim Reichenbach – Owner
Tim is a thirty year veteran of the automotive industry with roots going back to the early 1920’s.
He has always had a passion for fixing and making things run better. His career began as a professional automotive technician in 1980, here in the Saddleback Valley. He has seen changes and developments in the industry and is eager to stay in step with them. Tim holds several certificates from the National Automotive Service Excellence testing center. These certificates include Master Automotive Technician, L-1 Advanced Performance, Light Duty Diesel and Service Writer.
Tim is a family man, being the proud husband of his wife Paula for over 20 years and the father of their two children, Briahna and Caleb. He enjoys being with his family and investing in their activities. He has a passion for woodworking and is an avid DIY home repair guy. Our family interests are serving in a church, going to museums, volleyball tournaments, hanging out at the pool, boating, fishing, and camping (although staying in hotels is looking more and more appealing).
Tim started Crossroads Automotive, Inc. in late 1999 with a desire to be different from the repair shops he had been previously employed with. The ongoing culture is profit over people. His mantra is to take care of the people and let God take care of the rest.
Rich has been a vital part of the Crossroads Automotive team for more than ten years. He has been instrumental in providing quality service and has a “let’s get it right for the customer” attitude.
He holds several certificates from the National Automotive Service Excellence. Crossroads is the first automotive related place of employment for Rich. He is a graduate from the Saddleback College Automotive Program. Rich brings production knowledge and management experience from his previous career.
Rich enjoys his family life when not working at Crossroads. He has been married to Michelle for over 13 years and is the proud father of Justine and Megan. Rich has spent many hours on the softball fields with both his daughters as coach, assistant coach, team dad and loud spectator. His time with his family is evident in Justine’s acceptance to Humboldt State on a softball scholarship and Megan playing in a division higher than her age, with sights set on a full-ride to Stanford. The Casper family enjoys boating at the river and travels to faraway places like Mexico.
Many thanks to Rich for his dedication and hard work.