Sales Team

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  • Jack TerHar

    Jack joined his dad's dealership in 1970 and was quickly shown to be a natural in the automotive business.  His success at building a wonderful family and business stem from an innate ability to win friends and influence people.  His close relationship with the manufacturers has led to a unique perspective on the world of auto sales.  On his down time he is an avid golfer and loves to travel.  More than anything is proud of what Sill-TerHar has become, and values that his entire family can be involved in it's continued growth.  He is pictured here with his wife Penny.


    Favorite Car:  

    2003 Ford GT

  • Steven Leonard
    Luxury Leader
    303.469.1801 x.769

    Steven joined Sill-TerHar in 2008 as a luxury pre-owned salesman.  He has since become our Jaguar and Aston Martin representative.  He is an avid baseball fan and has been a Colorado Rockies season ticket holder for since their inception.  He enjoys travelling and has been all over the world.


    Favorite Car:  

    1961 Jaguar XKE

  • Molly Marston
    Service Leader
    303.469.6503 x.6503

    Molly has been at Sill-TerHar in one form or another since 2007.  She has five members of their family that celebrate birthdays on a holiday, which means none of them were born on Easter, or Thanksgiving, since those are moving targets.  She's a proud grandma, and is learning to drive four-wheelers, which I took to mean driving on for wheels, but was quickly corrected.  Finally, and I hesitate to say this, but she's very much into... "girly stuff".   I'll let you imagine what that means.

  • Kelly Donaldson
    Luxury Salesman
    303.469.1801 x.6551

    Kelly started as a Ford salesman in late 2016.  He has since moved to our luxury sales team because he's so refined and appropriate.  Not that any of our salespeople aren't... He's just super that way. He graduated from Vanderbilt.  Or Villanova? I always get the two confused. When I asked for interesting things he said he does nothing for fun, he's terrible at skiing (but trying to be better), he played tennis in college, and he won the F1 Championship in 1997.  When he was 5. I think he was lying about the last one. If you meet Kelly don't be alarmed by how tall he is. He looks almost too tall because he's skinny, but really he's just normal too tall.

  • Tina Holt
    Service Advisor
    303.469.1801 x.6521

    Tina has an innate ability to hear your problem, let you know that you're being heard, and keep you up to date on the repairs being done on your car.  She's like that receptionist at the dentist's office who makes it ok that you may need a root canal.  She joined us in 2015 after 10 years working in a BMW.  (I'll need to fact check that, it may be that she worked AT BMW).  She's a grandmother of 4, ranging from 7 to 17 years old.  You'll likely be surprised by that fact because she doesn't look a day over 35, which is the birthday we've celebrated for the last 3 years.  When not taking care of customers she enjoys a quiet life, spending time in the garden and reading.  I did not know these things, but as I read them, I'm becoming more convinced that she's probably a British operative waiting to make a high level government official's rabbit disappear.

  • Chanelle Ribiere
    Luxury Saleswoman
    303.469.1801 x.6502

    Chanelle started in the summer of 2017 as a luxury saleswoman.  She's excellent with her customers and her attentiveness delivers a true luxury buying experience.  She lists her interesting facts as being born in Taiwan, but not Taiwanese.  It think her parents were out of town when she was born.  She didn't say, but knowing her as I do, I'm guessing that her heritage is about 20% Swedish, 20% Indian, 10% Canadian, 30% Brazilian, 10% Italian, 15% Taiwanese, & 6% Rhode Islandese (Islandian?).  I know that's more than 100%, but Chanelle really is something special to the dealership.

  • Zayne Tatro
    Luxury Service Advisor

    Zayne started in 2014 and proved so successful in the Mazda drive that he was moved to the Volvo drive, which is way more inside than Mazda. Now he gets cold less. He's got a passion for customers and his family. However, Zayne's family has been asked not to also be customers for the simple reason that we're afraid the passion would become so strong, that Zayne may not be able to handle it. I imagine the expression of such passion would be akin to that of a soccer fan whose team has just won the World Cup, or perhaps an 8-year old who just got the action figure he's been pining for.