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We would rather meet you in person but until we can, here’s a little about us, the Jackson Auto Repair.

Jackson Auto Repair is locally owned and operated, and has provided Jackson and the West Tennessee community expert car repair since 2008 but it’s just the place where we work. We’ve been your friends and neighbors all our lives. We know your cars. We want to know you. In an industry where most seem to focus on parts, processes, and tools, our focus is on relationships. We care for and serve you first and work on cars second.

Christian Byler

Christian grew up in Jackson, TN, played soccer, and had typical teenager jobs like fast food cook and summer work in construction. Although as a kid, he barely did more than put gas in a car, he did love working with his hands and figuring out how things worked. Christian was officially inducted into mechanics as a US Army Aviation Repair Specialist in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. After serving in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, he received an Honorable Discharge in 1992. Returning to civilian life, he became an Emergency Medical Technician and worked for many years in EMS. Christian attended Union University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in business. Although he would rather work on cars (the techs won’t let him), Christian is much better at taking care of our guests.

John Byler

John arrived in Jackson, TN, in 1976 and is well known for his service in the community. He served in the Navy aboard the USS Essex and was Honorably Discharged in 19…, well, how about we just skip the year. He then worked for South Central Bell/BellSouth as an Outside Plant Engineer for 28 or so years. Retiring from BellSouth, he went to Ameritech, where he was the Project Manager in charge of building Ameritech’s DSL internet service in Chicago, IL. After completing that build, he went to work with Cinergy Communications partnering with Jackson Energy Authority to develop the JEA internet and telecommunications over a fiber-optic network. Retirement just didn’t appeal to him, so now he brings his meticulous eye for detail, strong work ethic, and unwavering integrity to Jackson Auto Repair, where he manages the books expertly.

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