• Ronn Brown

    Age: 46 Home town: Meridian, ID Growing up, I was fortunate to be able to live with my mother and brother, Sean, in Truckee, CA where we learned to hunt, fish, ski and appreciate and enjoy the outdoors. While in high school, I developed a passion for all types of cars and racing. I spent […]

  • Pacen de Belloy

    Pacen is 16 and entering into his junior year at High School. His third word (following mom and dad) was “car.” He was fascinated with any kind of car as a child, but in the last several years his passion has leaned significantly toward tuner cars. He has an appreciation for the muscle cars that […]

  • Dawn Nelson

    Dawn Nelson heard about Rebuilding Generations through her boyfriend (who is also another one of the youth members in the program), Nathan Johnston. She was excited to have an opportunity such as this program provides because she had no previous experience working on cars and wanted to learn for educational purposes/any skills that are useful […]

  • Neil Ramey

    Neil Ramey is a custom painter and owner of Neil’s Rod & Custom in Emmett Idaho, a custom paint and auto body shop. Neil Has been painting and building cars since the late 1980s. He started with his passion for cars in high school automotive programs, thriving in the Auto Body program. After graduating high […]

  • Jeremy Mosle

    My name is Jeremy Mosle I own J&m fabworks in nampa Idaho. I am originally from California bay area and moved to Idaho about 6 years ago. I am married and have one daughter with another child on the way. I have been into vehicles since I was a teenanger,right out of high school I […]

  • David Vaughan

    Filmmaking has been a passion of David’s for most of his life. It started as a hobby in high school and has turned into a career for him. Since 2009, David has run his own video production business, Lens Fusion, and created marketing videos, commercials, and many other types of videos for a wide range […]

  • Robert Terhune

    My career has always been in the semiconductor industry, but I’ve always been interested in cars, more as an admirer until I bought a slightly used 2006 Mustang and got introduced into SCCA Solo events (auto cross) through a neighbor. I was instantly hooked and have been racing and modifying the Mustang ever since, doing […]

  • Harmon Keep

    Harmon is 11 years old and attends middle school as a 6th grader. He loves drawing, basketball, running and hunting with his dad. Harmon has been attending Rebuilding Generations since the first day and couldn’t wait to be old enough to work on the cars. This year he has learned how to weld and has […]

  • Hatcher Keep

    Hatcher is an enthusiastic 9 year old that loves to follow in his dads’ footsteps. He loves running, basketball and anything else that involves sports. Hatcher is in 3rd grade and is in the Challenge program at school. He loves attending Rebuilding Generations every Wednesday night, and looks forward to learning more about cars through […]

  • Kevin Keep

    Kevin Keep is the founder of Rebuilding Generations.  He remembers on Wednesday’s & weekends as a young boy working with his father and his friends on boats and cars.  Those were some of the greatest memories he had a boy. The times he spent in the shop with his father and the amazing mentors allowed […]

  • Lynn Hawkins

    Lynn Hawkins thinks he is one of the first “ole guys” with Rebuilding Generations. His dad was a car guy and Lynn grew up interested in cars. In 1972 Lynn became interested in english cars and purchased his 1965 Morgan four seater as a family sports car. It has been faithful for forty-three years. Lynn […]

  • Joe Callahan

    Joe Callahan started working in a Body Shop behind his home in Massachusetts when he was 14. His dad was not around but Joe found a mentor named Dutch who was a kind enough soul to spend some time teaching him the basics. 40 years later Joe grew into a career that supported his family and Father God. He […]

  • Ian Burnett

    Ian Burnett

    Ian Burnett has always enjoyed being around anything that required “hands-on” work. From his earliest days at age 7 building a “kid” sized picnic table & benches to age 12 where he followed in the footsteps of his father designing carburetors. His family had three race cars & he was hooked. At age 12 he […]

  • Bob Hurley

    Bob Hurley is a sinner saved by grace and a husband to Linda a wonderful life and prayer partner. Bob and his wife are parents of four adult children. They have five eager young grand children and are committed to getting the gospel to as many people as possible. They are pleased to support Rebuilding […]

  • Aaron Benick

    Aaron Benick is 1st and foremost a follower of Jesus Christ, He is his Lord and personal savior. It is because of the Holy Spirits work in his life and God’s irresistible Grace that he has been renewed and been blessed with a beautiful family. Aaron is married to Emily, together having four children Ryan, […]

  • Darrin Bringman

    The Lord has blessed Darrin with a mind and hands that are mechanically oriented. He loves working with his hands and making something old, new again. He loves building, rebuilding, or creating things. His passions include: The Lord Jesus Christ, muscle cars, scale modeling, and firearms. Darrin got involved in Rebuilding Generations because it involves […]

  • Kurt Oberdorf

    Kurt Oberdorf started in auto business in 1984, he is a Ford master tech and a specialist tech since 1999.  He has certifications from GM and Dodge, as well as ASE certifications for medium/heavy trucks. He has done restorations, customization’s, builds and maintains race cars for  both drag and circle track. He has owned many hot rods over the years.

  • John Allsbury

    John Allsbury is an entrepreneur and business owner. His community interests and involvement includes youth ministry, coaching sports, outdoor activities, assistant Boy Scoutmaster, prison outreach, assisting the homeless, and counseling those with drug and alcohol addictions. He has had a passion for automobiles since the age of 2. John is an avid car collector. Some of Johns […]

  • Chris Johnston

    Chris Johnston was born in Pueblo, CO. He has been all over the world, thanks to his father working for a large international engineering firm. His love of cars goes way back to when he saw his first Porsche 928 and Lotus Esprit while living in Guatemala back in the early 80s. He also collected […]

  • John Callahan

    John Callahan is a ASE certified undercar specialist since 2015. John grew up in the shop environment from age 10 doing homework at the shop that his father managed up to grade 12. He’s always had a very big interest in the automotive industry. His journey through life has been interesting and has involved many different walks of life from […]

  • Nathan Johnston

    Nathan Johnston first heard about Rebuilding Generations through a former welder for the program. Nathan was excited about the program, because he had no experience working on cars, and wanted to learn (Not to mention he’s a HUGE car enthusiast; he has no favorite car, he loves them all!). Nathan loves the program at Rebuilding Generations very […]

  • Brandon Cobb

    Born in June, 1997, premature, ghost white, and not breathing, its a miracle that Brandon Cobb is here today and so blessed with what he has. He enjoys artistic activities, costume making, with his favorite hobby being sewing. He loves cars, mainly imports and euro manufactures, and is interested in extreme sports. Brandon’s father was an auto mechanic for two […]

  • Dylan Taylor

    Dylan started coming to Rebuilding Generations with his grandfather Lynn Hawkins and really enjoyed working on the cars. He enjoys learning about cars and God at the same time. His favorite car is a 1953 Ford Mustang Shelby Cobra.