Gaudin Motor Company Honored Employee Henry “Kersh” Miller for 56 Years of Service
On Monday, June 1, Henry “Kersh” Miller, 85, retired from Gaudin Ford, and entity of Gaudin Motor Company, after 56 years. In a luncheon at the dealership, attended by the entire Gaudin Ford team, his family, longtime friends and customers. Miller thanked the crowd for a memorable career. Gary Ackerman, owner of Gaudin Motor Company, choked-up as he recounted his first memory of the honoree: “My first memory of Kersh was him lifting me up as a little boy, probably about 5 years old, and putting me up on the big cast iron safe in the showroom so I could watch the Helldorado parade go down Fifth Street in front of the first Gaudin Ford in Las Vegas.” Ackerman said he does not remember a Gaudin Ford without Kersh.
Miller was presented with keys to a brand-new 2014 Ford Flex, as well as a plaque that will reside in the showroom in his honor.
About Gaudin Motor Company
The Gaudin Motor Company family was established in 1923 and continues to lead in the industry as one of the number one dealership families in Las Vegas. Founded by George Gaudin and currently run by his grandson, Gary Ackerman, the company operates multiple dealerships across the Valley, including Ford Country, Gaudin Ford and Gaudin Jaguar Porsche of Las Vegas. The Company is made up of highly trained professionals who share an unyielding commitment to its customers and their needs. All flagship dealership locations offer new and pre-owned models, boast inviting showrooms, customer-friendly facilities and automotive services for vehicle maintenance.