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Boyd Dingman

Apr 06, 2018 01:17PM ● By Kara Schweiss
Boyd Dingman was 13 years old the first time he painted a car in his father’s body shop, so he’s not surprised that his 13-year-old grandson already loves helping in the shop. His sons and daughter are deeply involved, Dingman says he hopes that his grandson will one day lead a fourth generation in a family business known for integrity and quality. And it’s still growing and evolving.

Cars are built differently today than the models Dingman first worked on, and his team is conscientious about keeping up with technology and equipment to ensure that customers’ vehicles return to their former appearance after a collision, and safety features are also restored. “My word for that is ‘lastability,’” Dingman says. “And my son, Andy is immediate past Chairman of SCRS, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists, which helps us stay up to speed with vehicle manufacturers and all the changing technology.”   


Dingman’s Collision Center 1419 S. Saddle Creek Road | 402.558.3500 3402 N. 120th St. | 402.502.5511 3510 S. 144th St. | 402.502.8757 307 S. Washington St. | 402.933.9400 dingmans.com

This sponsored content appeared in Faces of Omaha 2018. To view, click here: https://issuu.com/omahapublications/docs/faces_2018/36