Ernest (Babe) Nordmeier, a young 18 year old and his brother Carl started the business in 1926 after putting up the building. They started out with Chevrolet and Buick and in the early 30's dropped the Buick line. Allis Chalmers tractors were also a part of the business for some years. Two of the mechanics that were long time employees were Forrest (Shug) Downhauer and Wes Kisor.
Don Nordmeier came into the business in 1960 after serving in the United States Air Force. Brother Ernie (Jr.) joined the business after serving in the United States Air force overseas. In 1965 they took on the Snapper line of products along with keeping the Chevrolet as the main part of the business. In 1979, Don and Ernie (Jr.) took over the business from their father, Ernest (Babe).
Steve Nordmeier worked part time until graduation in 1976, then became full time earning Chevrolet Certified Tech and Master ASE Tech along the way. Stuart joined the business after Votech school in 1989, leaving in 1999, then returning after the passing of Ernie (Jr.) in 2001. In 2010 GM decided to cut out some of the smaller Chevrolet dealers and Nordmeier Chevrolet was to be, no longer. Steve and brother Stuart officially took over in 2010 from their father Don who passed away in 2013. They now run the business as Auto Repair, Maintenance, NAPA Auto Care Center, small engine repair and SNAPPER Lawn, Garden, Snow, Sales and Service.