Bill Erickson


Owner/operator since 1989, Bill is an ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician, an Advanced Engine Performance Specialist, a DEQ Certified Advanced Emissions Specialist and is a charter member of the Service Technicians Society. Bill was born and raised in Lake Oswego and has over two decades of experience providing automotive repair and service to local residents and is well known for excellence in car care.

Bill has served on the Automotive Advisory Board at Portland Community College, and with the Boy Scouts of America. In the summer you might catch him around town at local farmers markets and fairs playing a variety of instruments in the folk band SawTale Ridge.

Jim Geres

ASE Master Technician

Jim has been with Erickson’s for over 20 years… since July of 1991. He presently holds ASE Master level certification as an Automotive Technician and Engine Machinist as well as Advanced Engine Performance certification. He is also recognized as an Advanced Emission Specialist by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, and also a member of the International Automotive Technicians Network, a global network of automotive repair professionals, Jim holds an Associates Degree in Applied Science for Automotive Service Technology from Portland Community College and is presently pursuing his second Associates Degree for Machine and Manufacturing Technology. He has also received supplemental training in specialty fields such as emission control, electronic transmission controls, climate control systems, anti-lock brake systems and electronic theory from Daimler-Chrysler, Jendham, Mitchell Information Systems, and SPX Corporation.

Greg Cauble

ASE Master Technician

Greg has been with us since September 2003 when he completed the Automotive Technology Program at Clackamas Community College. He has passed all 8 ASE tests to become an ASE Master Certified Technician.

Greg spends his off-hours 4-wheeling and sound recording.

Devon Newby

Service Advisor/Technician

Devon may very well be the 1st person to answer the phone at Erickson’s but she is just as likely to be in the shop helping the techs with a car.

Devon comes from Detroit with a long family history in the automotive industry. Working on cars with her dad, Devon developed a strong interest in automotive service. She is in her second year at Portland Community College’s Automotive Service Technology Program, in pursuit of an Associates of Applied Science.

Devon serves as a member of the Automotive Advisory Board at PCC and involved with the AWA – Association of Women in Automotive which serves to promote women (and men) in the local automotive industry and provides several scholarships each year to local automotive programs

Devon has supplemental Subaru, AC-Delco and Ford Motorcraft training.

She enjoys baking, hiking and camping in her off time.