Mill Run Collision Center

ABOUT US
Where we came from.
The original location of Mill Run Collision Center was on South Main Street in Mill Village. The shop was named after the small creek running through the town called Mill Run. In 1996 Lee moved the shop to its new location just East of Mill Village on Route 6. This new facility is now a state of the art collision repair center, with the capability of handling any collision repair need. Lee found the key to his success is the small town community that he resides in, and the ability to provide the home town personal service, drawing customers from the surrounding communities such as Waterford, Cambridge Springs, Albion, Union City, Corry, Edinboro, and Canadohta Lake.  
 
 
Mill Run Collision Center continuously strives to modernize their equipment and facility to meet the rapidly advancing collision repair industry. By doing so, the customer will receive the highest quality of repairs. This modern facility is equipped with the latest state of the art technology. The in house paint lab guarantees a quality paint match with every repair. The frame and uni-body machine, in addition to the newest welding equipment (mig, tig, aluminum, silicone bronze, resistant spot, and plastic) provide coverage for small compact cars, up to large diesel trucks. 
 
 
Although Lee provides his employees with the latest equipment and technology, it is the training provided to his employees that sets Mill Run Collision Center above the rest.  

Lee DeBrakeleer
Lee’s first experience working on cars was in 1975, working on a 1955 Pontiac Chieftain that Lee obtained with money earned from mowing lawns in Mill Village. Shortly after, with his best friend David Dowler, Lee started D&D auto body, doing paint jobs and rust repair in Dowler’s parent’s garage, while not in school. Lee started his education at Erie County Vocational School, in the auto body class. As a junior in high school Lee was a heavy duty truck painter for Rapp Auto Body in Millcreek. This was followed by 3 years of employment at Ervite Corporation as an industrial painter. At the age of 21, just 4 years out of high school, Lee started Mill Run Paint and Collision, presently known as Mill Run Collision Center.  
 
In foreseeing the rapidly advancing industry Lee knew education was key for his success. Therefore, Lee made a commitment to earn his PA appraisers license. Then, achieving his Automotive Service of Excellence (ASE) Master technician certifications, which included Auto Body Paint, and 7 other Master Certifications. Lee also achieved his I-CAR Platinum level certifications, as well as becoming a PPG Certified Platinum Technician. In 2004, Lee earned his Pennsylvania Insurance Department Continuing Education Instructor Certificate, this allowing Lee to train insurance agents and professionals within the collision industry. These certifications, as well as numerous other certifications, make Lee one of the most qualified collision repair technicians in the United States.  
 
Lee’s passion for the collision repair industry is evident in his business success, community involvement, and giving back to career and technical schools.  
Lee groomed his one man body shop to an advanced collision repair center that is the most respected and highly rated collision repair facility in the region. Lee supports his local community with sponsorships of school activities, the fire department, and local sports teams. By giving back as an Occupational Advisory Board Committee Member at the Erie County Technical School, and the Warren County Career Center, Lee is providing others an opportunity to advance, and a path to success in the collision repair industry. 
Brandon
Shop Manager
Nick
Nick
Scout
Scout 
Brandon DeBrakeleer
Brandon
NEWS
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CONTACT
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CONTACT ADDRESS

Lee@millruncollisioncenter.com

Tel: 814-796-

3000 Rt 6
Mill Village, PA

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