Dave Hibberd

Dave Hibberd

General Manager-ASE Master Mechanic/Heavy Truck Technician

Pictured at the wheel of one of our latest restoration projects, the 1978 Autocar DC 9364 tractor “Miss Violet”, General Manager, Dave Hibberd is a self-described truck enthusiast. Running a truck shop is the logical end result for someone who has been involved with trucks and their repair and restoration since childhood. After receiving a Masters in Public Administration and what was then known as a Class I commercial driver’s license, Dave went into the public works field before venturing into private sector in the solid waste business. Since 1994, he has had the privilege to lead and work with a very knowledgeable and talented team of professionals at Cape Cod Truck Service.

Bill Burke

Bill Burke

Parts Manager

Parts Manager Bill Burke is an industry pro who does an outstanding job of identifying and stocking those parts we need on a regular basis, as well as, sourcing special order parts quickly and tenaciously to keep downtime to a minimum. Bill has made a very successful transition from a long career in the automotive dealer world to a far different parts environment which covers multiple brands for a full range of trucks, equipment and trailers. He is extremely well organized, thus our shelves have the parts readily accessible, where they belong. In his limited free time, Bill is an avid shore fisherman, who has been very successful for many years, in both salt and freshwater venues depending on the season. When they are not at the A&W, he and grandson Mason can often be found after hours at Cape Cod Truck Service checking out the different vehicles and equipment that are in for service and repair.

Cassandra Day

Cassandra Day

Service Advisor/Admin Assistant

A Cape native, Cassandra has recently returned to the Cape after sampling the warmer climates of Florida and the Carolinas’ for several years to be closer to family and friends. Following graduation from Cape Cod Tech, she followed a career path that gave her a broad range of experience and skills. As she is often the first point of contact at Cape Cod Truck Service,Cassandra’s experience in both the hospitality industry and automotive repair have prepared her to effectively ask the right questions to get your service and/or repairs underway in a timely, professional manner. Should you need to book an appointment or require information on the capabilities of our shop, Cassandra will be happy to assist you. Cassandra and her son Teddy, live in Dennis.

Kelsea Carrier

Kelsea Carrier

Service Writer/Parts Support

Kelsea Carrier has joined our front office staff in a dual role of service writer and parts support. Prior to joining us here, Kelsea held a variety of positions in the hospitality industry on the Outer Cape. That experience has served her well, as her excellent customer relation skills and her interest in all things “truck” have allowed her to quickly ramp up to being a valued member of our team. Shortly after her arrival, the coronavirus disrupted our business as well as seriously impacting our customers and vendors. As an essential business, we were able to stay open, but we have had to change how we interact with our customers for the safety of all. As a “front line worker”, Kelsea has adapted well to the required changes and consistently does a great job of providing our customers with the products and services that they need. Kelsea and her husband John reside in Wellfleet with their beagle “Moxie”.

Bob Davis

Bob Davis

Parts Associate Emeritus

Bob joined us after a distinguished 37 year career with Mack Trucks in the corporate office in Allentown, PA. Suffice it to say, Bob is a truck guy through and through. He has been able to grow and think outside the “breed”, which is important, since we do work on all makes and models of trucks . His industry knowledge and organizational skills have been real assets, as we work to improve our repair management and parts inventory systems. Whatever counter Bob is on, he strives to give our customers excellent service. In the event that he cannot immediately answer your parts or service question, rest assured he is committed to getting you an accurate, timely response. Bob and his wife Elaine reside in Brewster in what was their vacation home for many years prior to permanently relocating to the Cape.

Robert Bentley

Robert Bentley

Master Welder

Bob is the longest tenured employee at Cape Cod Truck with over 35 years service. He started right after he completed the welding program at the Cape Cod Tech, where his instructor Bob Jordan recognized him as one of the most talented students he had ever had the privilege of teaching. Bobby has continued to hone his skills over the years working on a wide variety vehicles and equipment. The structural integrity of his work is always excellent but what sets him apart is the fit and finish of his welds. Chances are if you have had a frame shortened or a body installed at Cape Cod Truck Service, Bob Bentley handled the project with outstanding results. In addition to his extensive welding capabilities, Bob is very proficient in mechanical repairs to heavy trucks and holds an air brake certification. Every August we do lose him for a couple of weeks to the flats as he is also a lifelong professional clammer. Bob and his wife April reside in Orleans with youngest daughter and fishing partner Carly.

Terry Shovelier a.k.a. "Super Man"

Terry Shovelier a.k.a. "Super Man"

Inspector General/Master Trailer Tech

With over 25 years on service at Cape Cod Truck, Terry is #2 in the employee longevity category. He has worn a lot of hats during his tenure including building drive shafts, as well as, general vehicle repair. However, for the past 20 years he is perhaps most recognized as our principal State and DOT inspector who has made every effort to perform his inspections in a fair, thorough, professional manner in accordance with the most current regulatory directions issued by the Commonwealth. Since he has acquired a vast knowledge of trailers and their components over the years, Terry has also come to be a very valuable resource in our trailer world. He is able to quickly identify the correct parts required so that our parts and service staff can get our customers back on the road quickly. Whether you find him in the inspection lane or in trailer bay #1, you know he lives by the mantra of “the customer comes first” and he will always go the extra mile to make sure you have a positive experience. A native Cape Codder, Terry and Life Partner Nona reside in Brewster with an ever changing mix of kids and grandkids.

Mark Allison

Mark Allison

Ford Expert

Mark joined us a few years ago as our Ford truck expert after spending the last 12 years at a local Ford dealership. He achieved a number of high level certifications including Ford Senior Master Technician, Ford Diesel Technician and ASE Master Technician. Drivability problems and electrical trouble shooting are two challenging areas that Mark has demonstrated particular expertise. Mark, his wife Pam, son James, and new arrival Jacob reside in Harwich.

Dan Wyzik

Dan Wyzik

Heavy Truck and Equipment Repair

Dan Wyzik brings a great deal of knowledge and experience in heavy truck and equipment repair to Cape Cod Truck. Prior to coming here, he was the fleet mechanic for one of the largest building material and rental equipment fleets on the Cape. From in-chassis overhauls to troubleshooting hydraulic issues on truck booms and forklifts, Dan does it all. Dan thrives on new challenges, and he has always taken advantage of any available training opportunities to broaden his skill set and keep up with new technologies in the field. Dan, his wife Susan and son Dan Jr. live in Mashpee with their two rescue dogs Spirit and Haley.

Christopher Bentley

Christopher Bentley

Lead Paint & Body Technician

Chris originally started at Cape Cod Truck in his early teens in a facility maintenance role. Over several years, as his skills and experience grew, he took on additional responsibilities including but not limited to sandblasting and maintaining our equipment rental fleet. He then took a position with one of our sister companies starting as an apprentice mechanic. However, he quickly demonstrated an aptitude for truck painting and began producing manufacturer quality paint work on several glider projects. We are glad to have him back on our team heading up our paint and body department. As an active antique truck hobbyist, Chris likes to acquire and restore “old iron” in his off hours. His most recent find is a mack b-42 six wheel dump. Chris and his girlfriend Maura live in Dennis with their dog Maddox.

Jose Granados

Jose Granados

Paint & Body/Trailer Tech

We are very pleased to add Jose Granados to our staff. Jose is a long time resident of the Lower Cape with a superb reputation in the auto body field. Above all else, he is dedicated to producing a quality product and has demonstrated a commitment to detail which is quite rare. When it comes to custom work, he brings a sense of enthusiastic artistry to the project, which often results in a “wow” factor at completion. His talents extend to the mechanical and welding fields as well, and he is quite accomplished in both. During the season, we have taken full advantage of his capabilities by tasking him with a good portion of our trailer repair activities. He has brought the same thoroughness and quality centered approach to trailer repairs as he has to his more familiar work. His hobbies include restoring old vehicles, (go figure). A physical fitness nut with an environmental conscience, Jose commutes by bicycle daily from his home in Orleans.

Frey Smith

Frey Smith

Technician Trainee

Frey started with us as a coop student from the automotive program at Cape Cod Tech. He has always had a strong affinity for things mechanical and trucks in particular. In fact his senior project involved successfully repowering a gasoline powered truck with a diesel engine. Following graduation, he joined us full time performing basic repairs and receiving hands on instruction on a wide variety of trucks and equipment from our senior technicians. This fail he enrolled in the diesel technology program at United Technology Institute in Norwood to broaden his knowledge base on diesel engines and medium & heavy duty trucks. When he is not at school, he is in our shop applying his training to real world repairs. We look forward to getting him back full time at the conclusion of his course work, as he has a solid work ethic, a willingness to continue to learn, and an ever expanding skill set.

Jay Horton

Jay Horton

"The Trailer Guy"

Jay is our trailer specialist for all types of trailers including, boat, landscape and cargo trailers. His goal is to provide the most safe, cost effective solution to customers’ trailer requirements, which can run from selecting the right trailer and options to safely transport a boat or machine, rehabbing the trailer in our shop, or providing advice on the parts needed for those customers who wish to make their own repairs. Jay has become very knowledgeable about our range of trailer lines, parts, and accessories, that, coupled with his excellent customer service skills developed over 30+ years in sales and marketing have consistently resulted in a positive sales experience. A former commercial fisherman, Jay currently runs an Amesbury skiff out of Stage Harbor.