Faculty & Staff Details

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Gary Cryan

Westminster Campus
Office Location
Westminster Campus Automotive Technology

Gary, an ASE master automotive technician, has been teaching for more than 30 years in a variety of settings – high schools, private schools, and public colleges. In his spare time, he volunteers at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.
Teaching Philosophy
I like teaching at Front Range Community College because we’re serious about career/technical education. I like to watch students grow as they demonstrate their new-found skills and knowledge here and then take their skills to a job.
Teaching Experience
1998- Present Faculty, Automotive Technology, Front Range Community College
1996-1998 Faculty, Automotive Technology, Emily Griffith Opportunity School
1993-1995 Faculty, Automotive and Industrial Arts, Adams District 50
1979-1992 Department Chair, Automatic Transmissions, Denver Auto & Diesel College
State University of New York, B.S., 1974
State University of New York, A.A.S., 1972
Courses Taught
  • Auto Shop Orientation
  • Brakes I
  • Engine Removal & Installation
  • Engine Repair & Rebuild
  • Brakes II
  • Manual Transmissions/Transaxle
  • Automatic Transmissions/Transaxle
  • General Engine Diagnosis
  • Drivability Diagnosis
Additional Information

Professional Memberships

  • ASE master Automotive Technician past 25+ years
  • Past President of Colorado Automotive Teachers Society