7295 West Farm Road 170, Republic, MO 65738


Our Story

At Kirk’s Collision Center, we love what we do and we’re passionate about doing it well. Not only that, but we’re dedicated to staying on top of the latest developments in automotive tech. We’ve been in business since 2005 and look forward to many more years of serving our community and surrounding areas!

Our team brings more than 100 years of experience to the task of fixing your vehicle. We always try to go above and beyond to repair our clients vehicles. We know that your vehicle is a large investment. That is why we invest in the tools and training to repair your car the correct way.

Our Team

Our team is dedicated to top notch customer service on every project.

Office Manager

Marcia Wood

Marcia is our office manager and the first friendly face you see when you walk in our doors. She has been with Kirk’s for 6 years. Prior to working at Kirk’s, she helped run a large dealership body shop for 22 years. Her wealth of knowledge of the collision repair industry and how insurance claims are handled are hard to surpass!

Front End Manager / Estimator

Reed Rector

Reed has an extensive background in the automotive industry with over 6 years in the field. He also has a 4 year automotive management degree from the University of Central Missouri.

Production Manager

Jon Still

Jon has been in the auto-body industry as a Paintless Dent Repair Technician for 20 years. During that time he also played a dual role as the body shop manager at a local dealership. He has been working with Kirk’s Collision center for the last 8 years.

Kyle Kirk

Kyle has always had an interest in cars. Starting with a 1963 Willys truck as a father son project with his dad in Jr High. Right out of High School, Kyle attended Nashville Auto Diesel College to study auto body repair. Graduating in the top 5% of his class. After Technical school he came back to Missouri to pursue a career in collision repair. After working in a couple shops and gaining more hands on experience, he decided to open Kirk’s Collision center. Which has now been in business more than 19 years! Kyle’s main goal in building the business was to put out the best repairs possible and to grow with the ever changing needs of newer vehicles.

“Technology is always changing. For example, Ford has an all-aluminum truck. If you don’t know how to work on the stuff, you’re just going to be left behind. You’ve always got to be updating your practices and your equipment, and making sure you’re with the times and with the technology of the cars.”