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Wizard Electric Inc

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3485 N Elston AveChicago, IL 60618


Chicago Electricians You

Can Trust CONTACT US Wizard Electric is here to serve the entire City of Chicago and most suburbs with any electric service you might need.

Our History

Thomas J. Hoyne

Since birth, Thomas J. Hoyne probably knew he would end up in the construction field. At thirteen months, he received his first electrical shock trying to plug in the family Christmas tree (actually about 5 shocks). His father and uncle (an electrician at Jefferson Electric).. repaired and rehabbed many properties, in which Tom watched patiently. At five, he was repairing electrical appliances and building houses using, shoeboxes. By seven, Tom Hoyne was also lighting the houses with the parts from old flashlights. Then at age nine, he suggested a solution to his father on a electrical problem he was having. After that, his father never did electrical work again.

By age twelve, Tom Hoyne was doing building maintenance for family and friends. October 1971, at fifteen, he was working at White Hen Pantry and was trained by Jewel Foods Maintenance Staff in electrical and refrigeration (you couldn't pay for a better education in the trades). These proved invaluable in August of 1972 for the U.S.A. swimming trials at Portage Park. Tom came up with a lighting solution for ABC Sports. In 1973, Tom worked for Brunswick Corporation repairing bowling, vending, and the new video machines (pong and space invaders). Tom Hoyne was later asked to be part of a new program called "Prevented Building Maintenance" and taught the same to many at Brunswick, until 1983 where he was known as the "WireWiz."

Tom received a diploma with honors in 1974 from Prosser Vocational High School in electronics and was courted by many contractors. Tom decided to go to college for Electrical Engineering. He worked summers at cutting edge companies in 1974 and worked on the First Electronic Phone System (sold to Rohm Phone). In 1975, Tom programmed and improved the First Mini Computers from Digital (PDP9/11).


Business details

Hours of Operation

  • MON
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am
  • TUE
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am
  • WED
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am
  • THU
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am
  • FRI
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am
  • SAT
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am
  • SUN
  • 12:00am
  • 12:00am

Payments Accepted

  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Mastercard
  • Personal Checks
  • Visa


Languages Spoken

  • English


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