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Cortez woman joins the 1.5-percenters – females in auto repair
Kerri Matteson, reassembles a transmission with her husband, Steve, Wednesday during their general automotive technology class at Southwest Colorado Community College. Matteson will be the first woman to graduate SCCC with an associate’s degree in automotive repair.
Broken nails and dirty hands do not bother Kerri Matteson, who in a previous life was a cosmetologist.
Kerri Matteson initially worried about upper-body strength, but Ewald showed her levers are a great equalizer.
Kerri Matteson, works under the supervision of her general automotive technology class instructor, Chris Ewald, as her husband Steve, left, helps Wednesday at Southwest Colorado Community College. The Mattesons plan to open an auto-repair shop in Salt Lake City.

From salon to garage

Kerri Matteson, reassembles a transmission with her husband, Steve, Wednesday during their general automotive technology class at Southwest Colorado Community College. Matteson will be the first woman to graduate SCCC with an associate’s degree in automotive repair.
Broken nails and dirty hands do not bother Kerri Matteson, who in a previous life was a cosmetologist.
Kerri Matteson initially worried about upper-body strength, but Ewald showed her levers are a great equalizer.
Kerri Matteson, works under the supervision of her general automotive technology class instructor, Chris Ewald, as her husband Steve, left, helps Wednesday at Southwest Colorado Community College. The Mattesons plan to open an auto-repair shop in Salt Lake City.
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