New Penn honors safe drivers

Eighteen truck drivers at New Penn have achieved the elite status of driving one million miles without a preventable accident. The carrier said it will recognize these drivers with a plaque honoring their dedication to safety

Eighteen truck drivers at New Penn have achieved the elite status of driving one million miles without a preventable accident. The carrier said it will recognize these drivers with a plaque honoring their dedication to safety.

“We are all proud of our drivers for their outstanding achievement,” said Steven Gast, president and CEO of New Penn, a subsidiary of YRC Worldwide. “They exemplify the engagement and pride essential to make our highways safe while meeting our customers’ needs. They are truly leaders in the industry.”

The New Penn drivers being honored are:

  • William Andre, Cinnaminson, NJ
  • Albert Eisbacher, Scranton, PA
  • Robert B. Evans, Reading, PA
  • Michael J. Fey, Syracuse, NY
  • Franklin Fuller, Billerica, MA
  • Kevin Gervais, Albany, NY
  • Scott A. Kerschner, Reading, NY
  • Christopher Krolak, South Kearny, NJ
  • Wilbert N. Nicholson, Baltimore, MD
  • William E Ocker, Camp Hill, PA
  • Thomas C. Scott, Trenton, NJ
  • Terrance Seamans, Scranton, PA
  • David P. Smith, Providence, RI
  • Gary G. Sweezey, Southington, CT
  • David E. Tomaszewski, Reading, PA
  • Michael J. Turzanski, Reading, PA
  • Frank A. Vani, Providence, RI
  • Charles H. Williams, Albany, NY
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