Curriculum Vitae presented for Tracy Lester Marshall
 

Tracy L. Marshall

OBJECTIVE

                                    My objective as an instructor is to guide the student into the collision repair industry based on proven methods of analysis and repair of damaged vehicles.  Development of basic skills and analytical procedures is the initial focus with a goal of developing those to a level that the student can rely on his or herself to produce marketable results.

Experience

 

1997-present      Texas State Technical College                       Waco, TX

Senior Instructor

n Provide instruction in autobody collision courses.

 

 

1991-1997          MBC Restoration & Specialty                        Waco, TX

Owner

n Partial and complete restorations of antique and classic vehicles.

n Specialty work included fiberglass repair and fabrication, airbrush design, detailed and custom paint work.

n General automotive repair.

 

 

1995-1996          Texas Aero                                                    Waco, TX

Manager

n Organize and manage new Air Threads division.

n Supervised aircraft interior refurbishment, including upholstery, cabinetry, carpet and electrical installations.

n Refinished seat frames and related interior components.

 

 

1985-1991          Bebrick Paint & Body                                    Waco, TX

Collision Technician

n Performed general autobody repair and some custom restorations.

n Specialized in major repair of unibody automobiles utilizing the Car-O-Liner frame equipment.

 

 

1980-1983          Meyer Motor Parts, Inc                               Beeville, TX

Parts Specialist

n Counter person for company selling automotive parts to public, dealerships, and specialized accounts.

n Performed general machine shop duties.

n Responsible for mixing, selling, and maintaining inventory for automotive paint sold at store.

 

 

1981-1982          Hilliard Auto Repair                                   Beeville, TX

Independent

n Operation of independent body shop.

n Performed general autobody repair, restoration, and paint work

 

 

 

1976-1980          United States Navy                                                     

Aviation Machinist Mate E-5, Petty Officer 2nd Class

n Performed maintenance and repair of jet aircraft.

n Repair and support of T-2C and A-4 training aircraft.

n Level 2 repair of J-85 jet engines.

n Supervised mid-check maintenance operations and paperwork.

n QA inspector and High-Power qualified.

 

Education

 

1984-1985          Texas State Technical Institute                     Waco, TX

n Certificate of Completion, Auto Body Repair

 

 

1981-1982          Bee County College                                    Beeville, TX

n A.A.S., Mid-Management

n ICAR Certified – Platinum Status (1997-present)

n ASE certified – Master Collision Repair & Refinish Technician

 

Additional Information

 

§  Judging of VICA Autobody Project Competition (1988-1998).

§  Supervision of Skills USA Autobody Competition (1998-present).

§  Member, TSTC Faculty Senate

 

personal information

 

§  Married, two sons

§  Active membership, First Baptist Church-Woodway

§  Interests & Hobbies: Motorcycling, vintage automotive literature, music, art

 

references

 

Available upon request