Local Automotive Master Technician Randy Hacker began teaching on September 11, 2017 at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Oneida/Huntsville’s Automotive Technology program located 355 Scott High Drive, Huntsville, Tennessee. He will be responsible for all post-secondary students and also the Oneida High School students enrolled in the program. Hacker is well-known to the area with 10 years prior teaching experience at the College. He is the owner of Hacker’s Automotive.
Shown with post-secondary students (left to right) David Gibson and Caylen Harris is newly hired TCAT-Oneida/Huntsville Automotive Technology instructor Randy Hacker.