Meet the Team: Charlie Crow

Service Manager | San Antonio, TX Branch | M&D Distributors

How long have you been in the Diesel Industry?

Most all of my life, from growing up on a farm to having a grandfather who taught automotive repair and alather who taught general motor repair too.

When did you join the M&D team?

I started with M&D in San Antonio in 1993 – almost 24 years now.

What is your current role with the company?

Service Manager for Warehouse 50 – San Antonio Branch

What are the most important skills to have for your position?

Patience, hands-on knowledge of multiple types of fuel injection pumps and injectors – and finally a greafleam of technicians around me.

What would you do if you won the lottery?

I would still have to work, but ‘ would do a lot more fishing in my new bass boat!

Tell us one thing about you that would surprise people.

I was in my 3rd year studying criminal justice with the intention of becoming a Texas game warden before coming to M&D. Just goes to show you never know where life’s road will take you.

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Jimmy Finch

Dallas Branch Manager, M&D Distributors

Jimmy Finch has over 33 years of experience in Diesel Engine Sales, Service and Repair. His experience started early in life at Texas Fuel Injection Service (an early acquisition of M&D) as a job with a means to an end. Somewhere in that 33 years this job turned into a fulfilling career. He started in the injector clean up department and has held practically every position leading up to his current role as Branch Manager of the Dallas, Texas location.

In his spare time, Jimmy enjoys spending time with his wife of 24 years, Priscilla. They are currently getting ready to make their way into the empty-nesters stage of life. He also enjoys the occasional hunting trip with friends and family and chasing down potential customers by the names off their trucks.

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