AW Celebrate Our First Retirement

ROB RETIRES: Long serving panel technician Rob ‘Pops’ Kelby (seated) retires from AW Repair Group. Pictured with wife Daphne, Branch Manager Steve Hoe (left) and Managing Director Andrew Walsh (centre).

ROB RETIRES: Long serving panel technician Rob ‘Pops’ Kelby (seated) retires from AW Repair Group. Pictured with wife Daphne, Branch Manager Steve Hoe (left) and Managing Director Andrew Walsh (centre).

AW Repair Group have celebrated our first retirement. After a decade of service with the company, Rob Kelby enjoyed his last day at work yesterday.

Rob was originally employed as a panel technician for AW a decade ago within the fast paced workshop; lately Rob has been driving one of the transporters. Swapping his car keys for a golf club, Rob is now set to enjoy a much deserved quieter life on the golf course.

To mark the occasion, the team at the Sleaford branch raised a glass and enjoyed a meal with Rob last night at a local restaurant. Rob is well liked, a team member colleagues affectionately name ‘Pops’. Swapping stories and sharing memories it made for a fantastic evening.

Here at AW we want to thank you Rob for the time you have graced us with, your humour and loyalty will be sorely missed and we wish you all the best in the next chapter of your life.

Added Managing Director Andrew Walsh: “Rob has been an excellent role model and mentor to other team members and will be very much missed from the team.”

More To Explore

Blog

AW go with the Flow

We are pleased to announce that following a swift three week install period, all 10 sites have now migrated to AutoFlow Bodyshop Management System. Click to read AW go with the Flow

Blog

AW announce further steps to a greener future

AW Repair Group is delighted to be at the forefront of the vehicle body repair industry’s campaign to be carbon neutral in 2021. Their network of 10, soon to be 11, sites has committed to becoming carbon neutral to the PAS2060 standard and is already