CRST Expedited salutes million-mile safe drivers

CRST Expedited Inc, the largest operating company of CRST International Inc, recently recognized another 16 drivers for completing at least one million accident-free miles. These drivers were presented awards recently at a banquet at The Doubletree Hotel in Cedar Rapids IA, home to CRST International’s corporate headquarters.
The drivers recognized are:
•Joe Scherbring, Manchester IA, joined CRST in 1971, 5 million miles
•Edward Storke, Kankakee IL, joined CRST in 2009, 2 million miles
•John Dodd, Davenport IA, joined CRST in 1986, 2 million miles
•William Bolt, Apple Valley CA, joined CRST in 1997, 2 million miles
•Jerry Williamson, Stone Mountain GA, joined CRST in 2008, 1 million miles
•David Tromp, Irving TX, joined CRST in 2009, 1 million miles
•Ronnie Kuhn, Weatherford OK, joined CRST in 2013, 1 million miles
•Karolyn Hutchison,  Springfield OH, joined CRST in 2004, 1 million miles
•Wayne Hartman, Ames IA, joined CRST in 2003, 1 million miles
•Marjorie Fear, New Haven IN, joined CRST in 2005, 1 million miles
•James Elliott, New Haven IN, joined CRST in 2005, 1 million miles
•Rigor Deono, Fontana CA, joined CRST in 2002, 1 million miles
•Harry Cowan, Lexington NC, joined CRST in 2009, 1 million miles
•Melissa Coleman, Chanute KS, joined CRST in 2003, 1 million miles
•Dale Boyd, Olympia WA, joined CRST in 2008, 1 million miles
•Lydell Wilkerson, Delano CA, joined CRST in 2004, 1 million miles
Five lead drivers from CRST Expedited were also recognized as the most effective trainers in the fleet. Lead drivers recognized for their performance are:
•Jose Gonzalez, Apple Valley CA
•Maurice Lockett, Kingman AZ
•Wesley Hinmon, Hemet CA
•Gregory Leigh, Richardson TX
•Jeffery Lafoon, Fairburn GA
Through its eight operating companies, CRST provides an array of transportation solutions, including expedited temperature-controlled team services.
For more details, go to www.crst.com or call 800-736-2778.

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