Archie Mullaert, Jr., operated the service station part time until he went to the United States Army in 1942. (He was captured by the Germans in the Battle of the Bulge and held prisoner for four months.) When he was discharged in 1945 he served his apprenticeship at Central Service in Jeannette, learning the fine art of operating a body shop. During this time he was working part time at Mullaert's. In 1947 he started devoting full time to the service station and body work, while his parents operated the store.
In 1967 when Alan Mullaert, son of Archie Jr., graduated from Yough High School, he joined the business as a full time auto body man and mechanic.
"I have been bringing my vehicle here since the 80's. Now my kids bring their cars to Mullaert's. Why? Great service and good pricing. It's a family business. I trust them."
"Nancy and Alan have helped me with two cars. One was a car accident that had frame damage. Their repair work is phenomenal. Car looked better than before!"
"We like the place. It's not too far. My husband gets his motorcycle tags done and they've always gone out of their way to help us."
Mullaert's Sales & Service in 2012