A U.S. Army brat, Judy Lenard was born in Paris, France and has lived and travelled all over the world. She graduated from International School in Bangkok, Thailand in 1969 and went on to attend and graduate from St. Mary's University, earning a degree in English. She was employed as a second grade teacher at Concordia Lutheran Elementary School for over 20 years and became the marketing director at Cambridge Auto Center alongside her then-husband, Steve in 1996. Judy, with her husband Bill, enjoys travel, golf, motorcycle and bicycle rides, and church. She is mother to those above-mentioned beautiful children and grandchildren and loves spending time with her family.
As much a part of the building as the fixtures, our accountant, Kristy Allen, has been with us since 1991. As Steve and Judy's daughter, she has worked in nearly every position at Cambridge Auto Center, except technician. She graduated from MacArthur High School in 1992 and attended UTSA. She is married to Dewayne Allen and together they have two lovely daughters, MaryAlice and Lola. When she is not working she enjoys travel, family bike rides, yard work, politics, a good book, and an even better movie.
In Memory Of
September 28, 1949 – May 9, 2011
Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Steve Gehrlein moved to San Antonio home when he was an infant. After graduating from Edison High School in 1967, he went on to attend and graduate from St. Mary's University with degrees in political science and history. He worked as a law enforcement officer with the San Antonio Police Department and as an engineer with the Missouri Pacific Railroad, in 1982 he became his own boss; first, buying the full-service Jack's Texaco station at the corner of Fredericksburg and Louis Pasteur and, later, opening Cambridge in 1984. He was the host of the popular weekend radio show "The Automotive Show" on AM 550 KTSA for 20 years. Steve was the father of three beautiful children and was grandfather to three (with one debuting in November of 2011). He was loved and will be missed by all that knew him.