ZF Aftermarket, ASE Present Master Automobile Technician of the Year Award

ZF Aftermarket has presented the ZF/ASE Aftermarket Master Automobile Technician of the Year Award to Greg S. Weigart at Kruse’s Auto Center in Missouri, the company announced.

The award recognizes an experienced technician in the field who represents high-quality training, automotive skills and the importance of continuous education, the organization said.

“We’re happy to congratulate Greg on receiving this award because it stands for more than being an excellent technician,” said Tony Wallerich, National Sales, and Technical Training Manager for ZF Aftermarket. “This award is tied to the evolution of the automotive industry, and the people who have the grit to adapt. This award honors the outstanding maintenance and repairs award winners provide.”

For more than 30 years, Weigart has worked in the automotive industry, and has spent the last 24 years at Kruse’s Auto Center. Leading up to his career as a now Master Automotive Technician, Greg began his education at Missouri Western State University. Along with being ASE certified, Greg is a 2019 Gates/ASE Master Automobile and L1 Technician of the Year.

“ZF Aftermarket encourages the continuation of education in the automotive industry in order to adapt to the new technologies and challenges we face. Our technical training department strives to form connections with technicians so we can create a community across the country,” said Wallerich.

To qualify for the ZF/ASE Aftermarket Master Automobile Technician of the Year, the winner had to be ASE Master Auto certified and have taken one or more tests in the automobile test series in any administration in the preceding 12 months and must have the highest average passing score on the A2, A4, A5 and A6 tests taken in the last 5 years.

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