Garry Milne Panelbeating
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Past & Present of Garry Milne Panelbeating

The history of Garry Milne Panelbeating begins back when a Mr Evan Jones returned from World War 2 and started panelbeating in Invercargill. In the mid 1950's, Garry Milne joined the team and worked alongside Evan.

In 1960, Evan Jones built the current workshop on High Street in Balclutha and relocated the business there. Upon Evan's retirement in the late 1970's, Garry took over the business and hired his first apprentice, Neill McKenzie, in January 1982.

When Garry retired from panelbeating in 2006, Neill took over ownership of the business to the present day.

The team

Neill McKenzie

Neill McKenzie Neill left school at the age of 16 and headed straight into his apprenticeship with Garry Milne. With over 33+ years in the industry, Neill's day mainly involves quoting and pricing all insurance work, as werll as sourcing and organising parts for the busy workshop. From time to time, Neill likes to get his hands dirty working on wheel alignments and smaller jobs that won't take too much time out of his busy clerical duties.

Neill's interests include cars (especially Ford Escorts), work, his home and his wife Rosie. A Ford man a heart Neill drives a Ranger.

Ray Phillips

Jason Inglis

Murphy Peoples

Murphy Peoples Murphy has finished his apprenticeship as a Trades person for Garry Milne Panelbeating.
Murphy works on all crash repairs Rust and Plastic Welding Jobs  and Loves Hilux's
He likes working on "several" cars he owns and enjoys seeing the finished cars he has worked on. In his spare time, Murphy enjoys spending time with his partner and he is a new member of the local RSA.
He drives a LN106 Hilux.
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