Mike has been with the Pfaff Group since 1985, starting as a Porsche technician and achieving the level of Goldmeister technician. In the fall of 2007, Mike moved to the Service Manager position. With a father that raced Porsche’s, Mike was introduced to the world of Porsche at a very young age and as time passed, was involved in motorsports for many years. Mike’s commitment to providing excellent customer service and his passion for Porsche have led to his long standing career with Pfaff. Away from work, Mike enjoys his family, tinkering in his garage and ice hockey.
The German vehicle parts business has been Vince’s mainstay since 1969. He joined the Pfaff group in 1974. Vince’s knowledge and expertise granted him the position of Parts Planner for Volkswagen Canada in only 2 years. There, he was responsible for ensuring there was an adequate supply of replacement parts for Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche in Canada. In 1981 the Pfaff family saw Vince’s return and he became the Parts manager for Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche after a short year. Vince’s leadership has catapulted Pfaff’s parts business into the giant that it is today.
Brad has spent 23 years of his career in the parts business the better part of that being the 16 years he’s worked at Pfaff Porsche. Brad has been a car enthusiast since he can remember with the Porsche brand topping the list of his favorite cars. You could even say that being an enthusiast was in his blood considering that fact that his father was an unequivocal car junkie himself. The current model GT3RS is Brad’s favourite car in the Porsche line up, which stays true to he and his fathers race-born passion. He loves fishing and the outdoors but not as much as he loves spending time with his family.
Frank worked in the luxury car business for over ten years before finding home at Pfaff Porsche 4 years ago. Frank has always had a knack for customer service so there isn’t much of a question as to why he’s behind the parts desk. He just loves helping people!
Chris never looked back from his first job in the automotive sector - pumping gas when he was young. He has always enjoyed cars, and always wanted to know the details about how they work and can be repaired. He studied at Centennial College and has been repairing Porsches since 1976 - over 40 years! Chris enjoys spending time outdoors with his family and lives in Scarborough.
David developed an interest in Porsche during the mid-1980s, when he was getting his driver’s license - and it was a passion he never let go. He studied at Centennial College to become an automotive technician, and worked at multiple dealerships as a sales assistant, apprentice, and technician before going Pfaff Porsche in 2009. Certified as a Porsche “Goldmeister” - the brand’s highest qualification for technician - he has also completed numerous courses with Porsche in servicing and repairing classic cars. Outside of work, David enjoys tinkering with electronics and computers, as well as camping and spending time with his family. He lives in Innisfil, north of the Toronto area.
Piers’ uncle gave him his first die-cast car model when he was a young boy - it was a 993 cabriolet, and he has been passionate about Porsche ever since (his favourite generation of 911 is the 964). He studied at George Brown College for tool and die, and Centennial College, to become an automotive service technician, and worked in metal fabrication and general labour before entering the automotive business in 2008. Piers enjoys cars, motorcycles, dog and dog training. He lives in Bolton.