Meet the managers at A-Able Mini Storage

Bob Barber

Bob Barber Mini Storage Manager

A professional cameraman of twenty years working in feature film and television in Los Angeles, Bob is now retired, but fondly recalls his nine years on the set of the Jerry Seinfeld show. “They were all a delight to work with,” he claims. Aside from his part-time work as assistant manager at A-Able, Bob is an active with the Las Vegas Metro Police program, whereby he and other volunteers walk the Strip and other high-traffic locales acting as eyes and ears for law enforcement and assisting people as needed. As well, Bob works with the Volunteer Homeless Project, lending a helping hand to those seeking medical treatment and other services. Of his time at A-Able Bob says, “I enjoy meeting, working with, and serving the public. My other activities and A-Able enables me to do just that.”

Bob Mckechnie

Bob Mckechnie

Prior to coming to Las Vegas for sunshine and year-round golf, Bob was a production manager at Marlin Firearms in Connecticut for twenty years. A technophile, Bob also did a six year stint trouble- shooting computers. Quite a handy guy, Bob took the opportunity to manage A-Able, building and restoring the facility to it’s present state by installing new gates, applying new paint, setting up the computer system and laying new asphalt. No surprise then that Bob’s ‘pride of ownership’ is evident throughout the facility.

A passionate golfer whose hero is Jack Nicklaus, Bob tries to play at least once a week. When not at A-Able or out on the links, Bob can be found at nearby St. John Neaumann Catholic Church, where he serves faithfully as an usher and ‘reader’ of scripture as it pertains to that Sunday’s sermon. Bob also runs a ‘reader's workshop’ putting the scripture into context for other readers before going before the congregation.

Married for 44 years to his lovely bride, Adrian, and the father to two boys, Bob says the key to his and his wife’s happiness is communication. “Communication is everything,” Bob states. “Even arguing is communication. But after 44 years and two grown kids, what’s left to argue about? We’re just happy.”