by Maggie Buettner
Kyle Schilling grew up working on small engines and learning how to fix anything. His dad and his grandfather gave him many opportunities to tear vehicles, appliances, and motors apart and rebuild what he could. A few years ago, Kyle decided to take his hobby to the next level creating Kyle’s Fix-It Service offering small engine and mechanical repair. “It’s something to take your mind off life and produce something,” he stated. “I like to make stuff work again. I’m not the type of person who wants to just throw stuff away if it can be repaired.”
For the entire story, check out the December 1 issue of the Winthrop News.