In the small garage of their ranch house located just outside of Bloomsburg, Keith began working along-side his father at the age of seven. In his later years, Keith not only attended school at Luzerne County Community College and Bloomsburg University, but competed in asphalt and dirt-track racing which provided the perfect platform to showcase his expertise with engine building. Having time to gain experience while envisioning the future of Crossley’s Automotive, Keith helped to lay the foundation for the quality service provided today.
Keith takes great pride in carrying on Gary’s legacy maintaining the ideals and customer service of a local business, yet providing the high-quality service expected nationwide. Expanding on Gary’s vision, Keith mentored and hired, Marr Woodruff, a local vocational student who upon graduation joined Crossley’s Automotive full-time.
These days Keith and his family are still involved in motorsports attending tractor pulls, 4X4 vehicle pulls, off-road vehicle races, and dirt track races. In 2103 the Crossleys entered the world of micro-sprint racing when Keith and his wife, Angela, bought their son, Stone, a micro sprint. You will often find Keith, Angela, Stone and Cannon (new addition in 2015), and their extended families at the racetrack or spectating at pulls.