Long-serving Bristol Street Motors colleague retires

By automotive-mag.com 2 Min Read

Peter Lewin, parts advisor to Bristol Street Motors Orpington Ford, is retiring following 48 years with the company.

Lewin, who turns 70 in July, started his career at Bristol Street Motors Bromley Ford in November 1976. He began on the parts desk, handling phone sales.

Geoffrey Taylor, general manager at Bristol Street Motors Orpington Ford, said: “Peter is a much-valued colleague and his experience and support for everyone here at the dealership has been invaluable.

“He will be greatly missed but we all wish him a long and happy retirement.”

Reflecting on his career, Peter added: “The industry has transformed tremendously over the years. When I started, everything was written down and kept manually.

“It’s been incredible to see the growth of Bristol Street Motors to more than 100 dealerships and to work with so many wonderful colleagues.”

Lewin is one of the longest-serving colleagues at Bristol Street Motors but now he is looking forward to spending more time with his wife Jacqueline and their two children, as well as indulging in his passions for cooking and wine-making.

Robert Forrester, Chief Executive of Bristol Street Motors, said: “Peter embodies the spirit and dedication we value at Bristol Street Motors.

“His service over 48 years is an extraordinary achievement, and he leaves behind a legacy of excellence and commitment. We wish him all the best in his well-earned retirement.”

 

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