Greg’s career as a technician actually started when he was five or six years old taking apart his wagon, bike, or anything else he could get his hands on. He dreamed of the day he could motorize something! Greg’s first car was a '66 VW Bug that really should have been scrapped. With the help of family, friends, and neighbors, Greg rebuilt the Bug and learned all about air cooled Volkswagens. Greg took his passion and worked his way up from a Volkswagen specialty shop to learning about all European cars. He has since worked at general repair shops, as well as dealerships.
Greg became ASE master certified at 23 and, soon after, achieved an L-1 certification. He continues to maintain them today. He first opened for business in his home garage for the first few months in 2001. Greg put his tools away in 2007 after acquiring his second location and decided that he needed to work on his business. He more seriously undertook the transition of becoming a business man in the car industry instead of just a car guy in business.
Since that time, Greg has grown his business to five locations that serve the Front Range of Colorado. Greg is on the advisory board for Ratchet and Wrench magazine and is routinely interviewed for articles in the magazine. He also works with owners of both large and small shops for select consulting engagements.
Greg lives with his wife Elaina in Colorado.They enjoy their five children and eight grandchildren. Greg and his wife have a true passion for change in the automotive industry so that each and every client gets the value, service, and quality that they deserve.
Bill Van Hoose
Bill began working in the automotive industry while attending college at the University of Southern Colorado. He worked as an automotive shop manager for a few years before accepting a position with Antartic Support Associates as a Preventative Maintenance Mechanic at McMurdo Station Antartica. After several contracts in Antartica and taking some time to travel the world, Bill made the move back home to Colorado and worked as the District Manager for Penske in Southern Colorado and New Mexico.
After Penske's departure from the auto repair industry, Bill purchased his father's neighborhood shop and pioneered Women's Auto Clinic, an instructional class and discussion on choosing a repair facility and auto repair basics.
Bill began his career with Aspen Auto Clinic in 2008 and has since contributed greatly to Aspen's operations, employee retention, and customer care.
Bill is an avid outdoorsman and adventurer with a passion for agriculture and conservation. He spends his time away from work travelling with his wife and two daughters and enjoying their homestead in Peyton.
Cindy Crosby is the Accounting/Office Manager for Aspen Auto Clinic. Cindy has been in the accounting & office management field for 40 plus years. She was born and raised in Arlington, VA. She started in the Banking field as soon as she could get her workers permit as a Bank Teller. From there she became a Head Teller at another bank. She then moved on as the Director for Home Owners Warranty Corporation, of which was a subsidiary of the Home Builder’s Association of Northern Virginia, and spent 10 years with them. She also worked for a printing company in Sterling, VA, Data Systems Hardware, taking care of their books & then on to work for Association of School Business Officials as their Bookkeeper. She and her husband of 40 years moved to Peyton, Colorado from Loudoun County, VA in 2004, and went to work for Sight, Sound & Security and then found a new home with Aspen Auto Clinic.
Cindy started working for Aspen Auto Clinic in March of 2010 when they were just getting ready to open their 4th location. She has seen the company grow and is very proud of her tenure here and loves working for Aspen. She has a department of 3 including herself that handle the books for all 5 locations.
Cindy and her husband love spending time with their daughter who lives in Lakewood, CO and their 3 dogs.
”At Aspen Auto Clinic we believe that quality people, quality parts, and quality diagnosis equal a quality product.Greg BunchAspen Auto Clinic
”Our focus is ensuring that our clients leave in a safer and more reliable vehicle than the one they brought in.Bill Van HooseAspen Auto Clinic
”Aspen Auto Clinic is not just a business, it's a family. A family that celebrates hard work, demands honesty and integrity, and encourages each member to be their best and continue to grow in character and career.Cindy CrosbyAspen Auto Clinic