Service Staff

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  • Dean Pederson
    Parts Manager

    Dean has parts down to a rhythm and science. In fact, this is his 44th year working with parts! He enjoys working with you to help you find the parts you need. Dean has a large family with 10 grandchildren. If they're lucky, they get to enjoying pan fishing with Grandpa off the pontoon and reap the benefits of Dean's 6 acre fruit, vegetable, and flower gardens!

  • Todd Staples
    Service Advisor

    Todd welcomed the change of entering the automotive business after years of raising pigs. He enjoys the opportunity to interact with you, serving as the liaison between you and the service department.

    To relax, Todd enjoys camping at the lake, taking the pontoon out and just floating in the calm, peaceful water. If he could travel anywhere in the world, he would go back to Paris with his wife as there is just so much more to see.

  • Joseph Blascyk
    Service Advisor

    The automobile and service industry has been a part of Joe's life since he was a child. Growing up with a father who was a mechanic, he learned a lot about vehicles.  Prior to his job as service adviser at Valu Ford & Chrysler, Joe worked as a parts and service adviser for John Deere.  He likes the variety and pace of his position at Valu, with each day presenting different challenges, unique vehicle needs and people to work with.  Moreover, Joe enjoys the opportunity to assist and accommodate you, making sure that we get your vehicle working at its optimum level as efficiently as possible.

    Joe resides in Hoffman with his wife and three kids and is an active fireman on the local fire department. His kids keep him busy, but in his spare time he enjoys golf course outings and snowmobiling. 

  • Courtney Greiner
    Service Advisor

    Courtney recently graduated from Valley City University with a degree in Exercise Science. Along with exercise and basketball, she is passionate about providing excellent customer service. Her desire to work with people led her to Valu Ford & Chrysler where she works as a service advisor. 

    When she's not working at Valu, she continues to serve customers in a different way--with good food & drinks at her local bar and grill. Courtney also enjoys running, cross training, and caring for her cattle.. When asked why anyone should buy a car or do service at Valu, she answered, "the service staff are eager to help customers and try their hardest to get people in. The sales staff are friendly, easy to work with, and there are lots of cars to choose from." If Courtney had her pick of any vehicle to take home, it would be a new Jeep Grand Cherokee.

  • Daryl Broesder
    Shop Foreman

    Daryl recalls his childhood memories of working on vehicles with his dad; he's always loved puzzles and trying to figure things out. As shop foreman, Daryl works to facilitate the process of cars serviced at Valu Ford, bringing you the best service possible along with a clean, smooth-running vehicle.

    Newer to our team and the Ford industry, Daryl only actually owns one Ford and it's a Ford Tractor! We're still working on converting him over and know he'd really like a new 1 Ton White Ram.

  • Paul Blascyk
    Service Technician

  • Tyler Erickson
    Service Technician

    Growing up around a family shop, Tyler jokes that he was "born with motor oil in his veins."  He couldn't imagine life without a wrench or without the ability to pursue his passion in automotive mechanics. While Tyler already has years and years of hands on experience, he is also in the process of becoming Ford Certified and working toward Master Certification for both Ford and Chrysler. He's grateful that his career as a technician is one that helps ensure your safety on the road.

    Beyond his life in the shop, Tyler is a avid hockey fan and former state hockey player. He also enjoys spending time with his family, fishing and ripping around on four wheelers.

  • Ordell Grewe
    Service Technician

    Ordell has spent his whole career in parts and service, having worked on small engines, trucks and cars. He enjoys the satisfaction of being able to make something run smoothly again. Ordell uses his spare time to hunt with his hunting lab Duke, repair small engines and fish. In fact, during his annual family trip to a rental cabin, Ordell barely even leaves the water!

  • Tom Kerner
    Service Technician

    Tom, a Ham Lake, MN native and graduate of Dunwoody College of Technology has level three certification in MOPAR and is currently working on his Ford certification. He actually learned about Valu Ford & Chrysler through Daryl, Shop Foreman, when the two of them met at Chrysler Training. Lucky for us, Daryl convinced him to make the move down to Morris! 

    Tom enjoys the great variety of vehicles that he gets to work on and appreciates the technology available to the service staff. When asked why people should choose Valu Ford & Chrysler to service their vehicle, he said, 'We have X-Time (a service program) that includes a thorough inspection with every vehicle serviced along with full transparency of the vehicle's condition and recommendations for optimal performance.' In his free time, Tom enjoys fishing at his family cabin and of course, working on more cars! His current project car is a '39 Plymouth Coupe!

  • Bill O'Meara
    Service Technician

    A graduate of Wahpeton School of Science, Bill spent his first 12 years working in Wahpeton in mechanics until a friend referred him to Valu Ford in Elbow Lake (Elbow Lake Ford and Mercury). He has been with us ever since, enjoying his co workers and the pleasure of getting things back and running.

    Bill adores his family, taking care of and spoiling his two grandchildren and grandpuppy. His first vehicle was a 1974 Plymouth Duster. Today, he dreams about a new Dodge Challenger, appreciating how they look true to the 1970s.

  • Greg Noaeill
    Service Technician

    With an entire career of experience in mechanics, Greg has worked on Ford vehicles since 1979 and Chrysler since 1985. He likes fixing things and enjoys staying busy, solving the wide variety of problems he encounters daily in the vehicles he services.

    Greg also loves fishing, aiming to catch whatever is biting. His first vehicle was a 1969 Ford e300 van but he also owns a 1990 F150 and 2003 Superduty.