Best Auto Repair Mechanic | Stow OH 2020-01-31T12:44:27+00:00

The Caring Service Staff at Integrity Auto

Chris Evans - Service Advisor at Integrity Auto Care Center

Tina Evans

It’s my privilege to work with this wonderful staff at Integrity Auto. I joined the company full-time in 2013, and come from a background in both office and retail property management.  I help ensure our staff is properly equipped with the tools, training and shop supplies needed to take care of each vehicle in a timely and professional manner.  I also manage many other details behind the scenes that keeps things running smoothly, and moving forward.  My most important role is making sure we’re always living up to our mission at all times.

Tina’s Promise: “I promise to do everything in my power to guarantee you’re always treated respectfully, without bias or judgement.  We’re here to serve, and I promise to continuously look for ways to make life better for you.”


Philip & Tina Evans - Proprietors at Integrity Auto Care in Stow

Philip Evans
Service Manager

As team leader, I’m here to offer professional, straightforward repair service and maintenance to the families in our community.  We believe everyone deserves to understand all their repair options, & be treated with a transparent honesty not easily found in this business.  Tina and I have been happily married for 29 years, & have three grown children.  We’re both devoted followers of Jesus Christ, & have been members of Hope Community Church in Hudson, Ohio for many years.  Contact us directly with any questions you have by clicking here.

Philip’s Promise: “I run my business by the principles outlined in Psalm 15, which describes 5 elements of true integrity. We tell the truth about what you need, and give you the best possible opportunity to make informed decisions about your car.”

Wayne Anderson - Mechanic at Integrity Auto Care Center

Darrell Bilby
Service Writer

Darrell has been part of the team since 2017, and has continued to excel as our primary point of contact with those who come to us for service. He has a heart for meeting people at their needs, and laying out plans for their safety as it pertains to their vehicles. He was married in 2013 to his wife, Leslie, has a Sheltie named “Woody”,  and in his spare time can be caught spending time with Leslie and his son, Carter.  He’s also an avid Cleveland sports fan.

Darrell’s Promise: “I promise to be the guy that will always be here to make sure you’re taken care of fairly.  Even if a mistake is made, you’ll find that I’ll be the one making sure you’re kept updated and informed regarding how we’re gonna make things right.”

Bryan Jones - Technician at Integrity Auto Care Center

Denny Mariola
Customer Service

Denny brings with him more than 40 year’s experience having worked for Firestone the majority of his career, and knows what it means to treat people with respect.  He’s been married 22 years to his wife, Vicki, and has a son, Kurt, and daughter, Madison.  He’s been involved in, and is a proud supporter of the Stow Board of Education, and enjoys working with programs that support the children in the community.

Denny’s Promise: “My goal is to get to know everyone who comes through our doors in the hopes we can better learn ways to help make their life a little easier, if only as it pertains to their vehicles.

Sadie - Chief Morale Officer at Integrity Auto Care Center

John Evans
Administrative Assistant

My dad retired after 30 years as a Teamster in the local union 507.  He worked hard every day in a warehouse for a large grocery chain for all those years to keep food on our table, and I’m proud to have him here in the office one day every week for a few hours while he helps us with all the paperwork and invoices that accrues throughout the week.  The things he does for us save us valuable time that allows us to spend more time with our customers.  Of course, the greatest value comes from being able to stay connected, as it give me face time with my dad on a regular basis.

John’s Promise: “I like to hide at Philip’s desk while I process paperwork. but I promise to make myself available for good conversation…especially if you’re a Pittsburgh Steelers fan.”

Sadie - Chief Morale Officer at Integrity Auto Care Center

Charlotte Evans
Inventory Control / Client Followup

My mom also retired after many years at the same grocery chain my father worked for, but her experience was largely in the produce department for one of the busier stores.   I’m equally proud to have her here, as she works alongside Tina in controlling our company’s inventory and reaching out to customers for us to make sure we’ve been doing a good job for you!  It’s a genuine blessing having her here to talk to, and it gives Tina and I the chance to see her regularly.

Char’s Promise: “I promise to keep Philip on the straight and narrow, for sure.  I know you’re in good hands here, but hey, never underestimate the power of “Mom”.

Sadie - Chief Morale Officer at Integrity Auto Care Center

Best Friend

Sadie was with us for 12 years, and although her schedule here varied greatly, she was often found begging at our door at home as we left each morning. She wondered why we didn’t bring her with us more often, but honestly, it was more for her comfort than ours!  She was incredibly well-behaved, and often spoiled by many customers in our lobby over the years.  We lost her on January 16, 2019 in an accident at our home.  We miss her, still.

Final Thoughts:  Sadie was a big part of our lives, and she will be missed more than some can understand.  She probably never realized how many customers loved her so.

Sadie - Chief Morale Officer at Integrity Auto Care Center

Seven & Lady
Mischief & Darling

We adopted these two babies in February of 2019 after realizing how much love we have for these animals, and of course, in the wake of the loss of our best friend, Sadie.  While they’ve been a truly blessed addition to our home, you can imagine they’ve kept Tina and I hopping, as babies are prone to do when they weigh 75 pounds each, and still think they are lap dogs.

The Girls’ Promise: “Life will continue to be exciting, as you can bet that the moment it’s not, we’ll do something to make you laugh…or cry.”

Sadie - Chief Morale Officer at Integrity Auto Care Center

The Boss

Turk is a Black Bombay cat that came to us on Thanksgiving night, 2018.  He knocked at our door after hanging out in the drive for hours, waiting for someone to let him in.  He used to live somewhere else, but despite our efforts to find his previous family, he’s become part of the team here.  We thought he would make a good companion for Sadie and found out he likes to talk, often complaining loudly when we don’t pet him just enough, or he wants our attention otherwise.  Wanting to be outdoors more, you can sometimes find him atop the sofa, looking out the window and hissing at the glass to show his displeasure that he can’t go out and play anymore.  Our dog thinks he’s missing some marbles.

Turk’s Promise: “I make no promises.  I’m a cat, afterall.”