Meet Your AUT Instructor
Mr. George Stahl is the Automotive Technology Instructor. He graduated in 1975 from Shikellamy High School in Sunbury, PA and SUN Area Vocational School in New Berlin, where he was enrolled in the Electrical Occupations program. Although he enjoyed many successful years in the trade, cars were his true passion.He moved to the Philadelphia area in 1982 and secured a job at Reedman Corporations in Langhorne as an alternator and starter rebuilder. He seized the opportunity to move up as a heavy duty mechanic, and attended every seminar and factory class available. In 1986, he became an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified Master Technician. He worked for Reedman Corporation for 22 years and a small private garage for two years. He has been a volunteer firefighter in Bucks County since 1982.
He previously worked as the Instructor’s Aide in EASTERN’s Automotive Technology program beginning in August 2006. He attained his Occupational Competency Assessment (OCA) in Automotive Technology from Temple University in 2008. He also holds an Associate’s degree in Fire Science from Bucks County Community College. Mr. Stahl holds certifications for: ASE L1 Advanced Engine Performance Certification, Mobile Air Conditioning Service (MACS), and Air Conditioning Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Certification. He also hold licensure for as a Pennsylvania Safety Mechanic, Emission Inspection Mechanic, and Emission Repair Technician.
Mr. MartinEASTERN is pleased to welcome back Eric Martin, as the new Automotive and Collision Repair Instructional Aide, effective November 1, 2021.
Martin is a 2005 graduate of EASTERN’s Collision Repair Technology and Hatboro-Horsham High School. Since graduation, Martin has worked in the field as an Auto Body Technician for Mondello’s Auto Body in Willow Grove.
His experiences over the years have afforded him the opportunity to work on many different vehicles, such as motorcycles, classic, and modern cars. He has performed basic repairs and complete frame-off restorations. As a graduate of the Collision Repair Technology, Martin understands the value of skilled trades, and is excited about helping to prepare students for successful careers for students interested in the auto and collision fields.