Owners and Management
Owner: Jim Mudgett
Jim is the Father of Shane and Jimmy. He also has a daughter named Samantha who works in the accounting department. Jim, and his wife Kathy, spend a lot of time at their house in Ocean City. He is an avid archery hunter. He has been on hunts all around the U.S. and in Canada. He has taken 3 large black bear with his bow. Jim thinks about Maryland Collision Center 24/7. He loves the industry and is thankful for the opportunity to work with his family.
Owner: Shane Mudgett
Shane is part owner of Maryland Collision Center, Jimmy's younger brother and also the son of Jim. Shane started working in the collision repair business in 2007 after graduating from Century High School. He also attended the Carroll County Career and Technology Center where he received his ASE certification. He began with the detail team then progressed to a technicians helper. About a year after that he was a tech on his own before moving into the office. He started as the parts manager and moved up from there. His favorite hobby is hunting. He loves to hunt whitetail deer on the family farm out in Carroll County. Shane is a big fan of the Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Orioles and the Washington Capitals. He is very excited about Maryland Collision Center.
Owner: Jimmy Mudgett
Jimmy is the son of Jim and older Brother of Shane. He joined the industry in 2011. Jimmy Graduated from Mount St. Mary’s University in 2009 with a degree in Business – Marketing & Management. He also played baseball at the Mount and was a captain on the team his Junior and Senior years. He currently lives in Eldersburg, MD. Jimmy loves to race in triathlons and has even completed a Half Ironman. He also plays in men’s basketball and softball leagues. His two favorite teams are the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens. He is very passionate and upbeat! He loves Maryland Collision Center and has dreams to grow the business!
General Manager: Tommy Keeney
Tommy is a graduate of the class of 2004 at Westminster High School. He worked in the automotive field since a child at his father’s auto repair business in Westminster. After graduation and working at a local mechanical shop for 2 years he joined the Maryland Collision Center crew in 2006. Since then Tommy has learned the Collision Repair process and started opening/setting up new MDCC’s in 2013. Tommy is a dedicated employee and customer service oriented, he loves sports and cheering on the Orioles and Ravens. He is excited for growth and to continue to help new customers through the collision repair process.