About Us

Kilmarnock Auto Clinic was founded by Brandt Eudy in 2000.  As a child, Brandt spent his days watching his father build an auto repair dynasty in Alexandria, Virginia.  It was during this time that Brandt learned the value of every automobile, and learned the right care and knowledge could extend the life and performance of any car or truck.  Unfortunately, his father passed away in 1975.  Even though his father was gone, the lessons he learned from his father lived on. 

When Brandt graduated from high school he decided to attend Virginia Commonwealth University where he met his wife Joanne.  Brandt's studies focused on a concentration in business management.  After college, Brandt went to work for Goodyear Tire and Rubber in Richmond.  Several years later his mother approached him about returning to the family business.  He and Joanne returned to Alexandria in 1985, however, the property where the business was located sold in 1989.  Staying in the Northern Virginia area Brandt managed Salona Mobil in McLean for the next four years. 

The opportunity to move to the Northern Neck came about when Greenvale Creek Marina went on the market in 1992.  Brandt with his family connections to the area and had visited many times before.  The allure of country living and his own business was overwhelming.  Auto repair never got away from him for he was still repairing cars and truck at the marina. Hilliard's Brake & Muffler was purchased in February of 2000.  The business went beyond brakes and mufflers to full diagnostic capabilities, as well the name change to Kilmarnock Auto Clinic.  In 2005 he moved the business to its present location just north of White Stone, VA. 

Brandt never forgot the gratitude of those his father helped.  He never forgot the warm feeling he felt every time his father would deliver a repaired vehicle to someone who couldn't afford a new one.  Brandt was determined to honor his father by opening a business that would truly offer value to the community.  He dedicated himself to always providing value and personal service, regardless of how large his business grew.