Kenneth Majeski came to Kingwood in 1976. The then 21 year old leased the Philiips 66 station in Forest Cove and started pumping gas and fixing cars. Just a few years later, with a vision of growing his business, he purchased four acres on North Park Dr, across from the new St Martha's, and in 1981 his vision came to life and Kenneth's Car Care was born. Now 45 years later, with the support of our Kingwood neighbors, Kenneth's remains the largest and oldest mechanical and collision repair facility in Kingwood.
Whether you knew Kenneth or not he was one of a kind, and his generous heart was as big as his smile. He never met a stranger and considered everyone his family. His passion for people and the relationships he had with his long-standing employees are timeless. He treated everyone the way he would want to be treated, and today it is our number one core value!
You might be aware that Kenneth passed away too soon in late 2019. The family, many who still work at Kenneth's, did not want to sell the business and wanted to keep it in the family.
So, my wife and I purchased it from the family to continue his legacy of honest quality work at a fair price. Kenneth was my wife's uncle and I worked there while attending college. The special thing is there are many Kingwood residents that I knew back then that still work for Kenneth's today, and one that we recently celebrated his 30-year work anniversary.
If you have never been to Kenneth's we very much encourage you to stop in at least for a cup of fresh coffee and a snack. If you haven't been by in a while, we would love to see your face and show you how we have improved our customer experience. You will feel when you walk in the front door like family- the way Kenneth would want customers to feel and be taken care of.
Our family is blessed by this community and we love being a part of it. From our family to yours be well, stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you soon!