Staff

John Paterson / Fleet Manager
(503) 828-3225
Email: jpaterson@carrauto.com

John Paterson is our Commercial Fleet Manager. He was born and raised in Multnomah Village in SW Portland and currently lives in the Murray Hill area of Beaverton. He has been in the auto industry for about 30 years and has been at Nissan for 5 years. His favorite Nissan is the 370Z. John’s hobbies include riding motorcycles, camping and fishing.

Testimonials

It’s such a pleasure doing business with a no hassle representative such as yourself! The lack of run around, smoke and mirrors is greatly appreciated…. A rare quality these days [ especially in the sales of cars and trucks ] thank you very much!  – Your loyal client

Kim Lakey / Commercial Vehicle Account Manager
(503) 828-3225
Email: klakey@carrauto.com

Kimberly is a true Oregonian, born and raised in Portland, Oregon and she currently resides there as well. Kim’s has been in the auto industry for over 21 years and is one of the newest editions to the Carr team. Her favorite Nissan is the Titan and outside of work she enjoys ATV riding and spending time with her granddaughter.

Kevin Detwiller / Service Manager
(888) 714-7155

Kevin is the service manager here at Carr Nissan and has been for the last three years. Overall, he has over 40 years in the automotive service industry. When he’s not at work you can find him performing and recording. Kevin is a great rock and roll drummer you see, and travels in very good musical circles (though he doesn’t get out on the road as much as he used to). He’s originally from Oakland, CA but was brought up in Oregon and now resides in Beaverton. You will usually find him driving his Nissan Murano (when not at work or on the stage).

John Furniss / Parts Manager
(888) 894-0531

John was born and raised in Redding, CA and currently resides in Hillsboro, OR. He will have worked here 2 years in June and has been in the car business for almost 36 years! His favorite Nissan is the Murano. Outside of work John enjoys Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Sons of The American Legion, Fraternal Order of Eagles, bowling, guns of all shapes and sizes, RV’s and coastal activities and Learning why they call it GOLF.