Ken Knecht is both the Inventor and President of KnechtionRepair, LLC. Ken has been in the gas and steam turbine power plant maintenance industry for 40+ years. He loves talking, listening and learning everything industrial maintenance related. He also enjoys creating specialty tools and 3D CAD models.
When not working… Ken loves to fly! He is a private pilot and flies small aircraft and gliders as often as possible around Western and South Central Alaska. Other interests include running and watching NASCAR!
Kelly Knecht is the CFO of KnechtionRepair LLC. Kelly’s educational background is in counseling psychology and she worked at the Anchorage School District for 15 years. In 2015 she quit her counseling job and dove into the family business full time as Chief Financial Officer of KnechtionRepair, LLC.
When not working… Kelly loves to read, listen to music and take road trips! She also enjoys hiking, running and spending time with family & friends. Kelly Knecht resides in Peters Creek, Alaska.
Meet our COO / Logistics Ninja! Dennise Casey is the Chief Operating Officer and Logistics Ninja for KnechtionRepair, LLC. Dennise takes care of everything from daily warehouse and shipping operations to inventory, advertising and procurement. If it has to do with the operating of KR then Dennise has a hand in it!
When not working… Dennise likes to run and train for half marathons. She most recently ran the Lake Powell 1/2 marathon with her two sisters. She likes to hike (some favorite Alaskan hikes are Crow Pass, Eklutna and Lost Lake), and she can always be found cheering for her favorite NASCAR drivers and her amazing Seattle SeaHawks! Dennise Casey resides in Port Ludlow, Washington.
Isabelle Moore-Casey is the Quality Control Manager at KnechtionRepair, LLC. Isabelle’s work activities include inspecting all shipping boxes and staring down her fellow co-workers until all quality control is complete to her exacting standards!
When not working… Isabelle likes to take long naps and snack on roast chicken. Isabelle resides in Port Ludlow, Washington.