Lee studied Auto Body Repair in High school, and started sweeping the floors at a local auto body shop to learn the trade. He completed his training and earned his journeyman certification. After work he helped friends with their cars, then worked on the neighbor’s cars, and as the word spread, he realized he might be able to make a living at this on his own. He finally ran out of room in his garage and then, Lee and his wife Charlene started Healdsburg Collision Center. Since then, the business has grown from a small shop to 20,000 square feet.