Meet the Instructors
Brian Loll
Brian Loll
 is a graduate of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC). He has been an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified technician for over 30 years.

Prior to coming to East High School, he taught part-time at NWTC and taught two years in Menominee, Michigan. He has worked at Chevrolet and Pontiac dealerships, and owned his own shop for six years. 

His favorite aspect of working at City Stadium Automotive is teaching the students, watching them progress, and using hands-on instruction. 

Brian has a large family, and enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. In his free time he enjoys hunting and fishing. 

Clint Braun
Clint Braun’s passion for the auto industry and drive for excellence made him the perfect addition to NWTC. A decision driven by his desire to educate, Clint fused together with the automotive program in August 2016. With his admirable approach to education and over a decade of experience in the field, he is able to offer students an unparalleled classroom experience. Clint enjoys working for NWTC, and is thrilled to be able to incorporate his skill set as an automotive educator. Selected to initiate the partnership program between NWTC and East High School, he's excited about the new challenge. 

Sparked at a very young age, his love for mechanics ignited. He’s had a moped, go-karts, four-wheelers, tractors, dirt bikes, snowmobiles, motorcycles, trucks, and various sports cars. After graduation, Clint tackled an Auto, Diesel, & Industrial program. Since then, Clint has accelerated from being an entry level technician, to earning Ford Master Certification, all the way to managing a service department in a dealership. Additionally, he has auto sales and finance experience. In his leisure time, Clint’s an outdoors man who enjoys fishing, hunting, and traveling. 
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