Technology is complicated, expensive, and changes quickly -- we love it but, you don’t have to. Weehooey takes care of your technology so you can take care of what matters to you - your business.
Weehooey was established in 2010 in Kingston Ontario and now directly services businesses in Kingston, Belleville, Brockville, Gananoque, Napanee, Perth, and Smith Falls. We are a team of passionate IT professionals who bring smart IT solutions to you and your business.
Meet the Weehooey Team.
Bill is the Managing Director and Senior Technician at Weehooey Inc.
Bill’s first income foreshadowed his life’s work. In the early 80s, he took over a newspaper route and used the proceeds to buy his first computer.
In 1990, he attended Georgian College where he graduated from the Business Administration Marketing program. During his time at Georgian, he served as President of the Student Association, was awarded the Small Business Award.
Bill has worked in many industries, from wholesale to quality assurance in manufacturing to vacuum cleaner sales. In his early career, his mosaic-like resume proved to be a challenge. Now, his broad experience is a strength when relating to Weehooey’s diverse customer base.
From 2007 to 2015, Bill served on the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors and has served on the several committees including Finance, Community Development, Project Review and Mega Mixer. Bill was elected to be the 2014 Chair of the Chamber’s Board.
Bill is father to two teenage boys and lives in Kingston, Ontario. He enjoys hiking and camping with a particular fondness for winter camping.
Jenn is the Weehooey Business Operations Manager. As the Business Operations Manager, Jenn’s is responsible for all the processes that allow our technicians to serve our customers.
Coming from a business management background, Jenn joined the Weehooey team in 2012.
In addition to her role at Weehooey, Jenn is a long time volunteer with local and provincial not for profit organizations. Jenn is currently on the board of W.A.F.F.L.E.S. Community Robotics. Jenn brings her unique and varied experiences into everything she does as a member of the Weehooey team.
Wanda is the Weehooey Technical Support Specialist. When is comes to addressing support issues, no one is quicker than Wanda. Always first to answer a ringing phone, Wanda is a passionate support specialist here to help with any client issues.
Before joining Weehooey, Wanda graduated from CDI College as a Network and Internet Security Specialist. In addition, Wanda spent 13 years in the Canadian Military.
Wanda joined CanTech 2009. She later joined the Weehooey team as CanTech was acquired by Weehooey in 2015. Wanda has over 12 years of experience in the IT field and brings a wealth of knowledge to the Weehooey team.
Jacob is a Weehooey Field Technician with a variety of knowledge and experience.
Using his expertise in computers he put himself through the University of Ontario Institute of Technology while working his summers from 2013 to 2016 at Invista Canada as a Computer and Lab Maintenance Technician. This experience helped him further build on his skills in computer installation repairs and maintenance, hardware and software as well as network installations and maintenance.
Jacob graduated with his B.Sc (Honours) Physics but returned to his love of computers here at Weehooey. His varied interests along with his volunteer and charity work make him a great addition to the Weehooey team.
Brennan is our Bench Technician. Drawing on many years of experience and a variety of technical skills, Brennan diagnoses and repairs computers brought into our office for repairs, and remotely assists customers.
Brennan is very active in the robotics community and devotes much of his free time to mentor youth at WAFFLES Community Robotics in Kingston. He has been recognized for his volunteer efforts several times and was recognized as a DEAN’s List Finalist, one of 400 finalists in the world for showing exemplary leadership and engineering practices.
Brennan also hosts a web show called Eh-nalysis! The show provides a Canadian-centric recap and analysis of FIRST robotics events, teams, and matches.