WINNIPEG, Man. - The Manitoba Trucking Association board of directors has elected its officers and executive committee members for the 2007-2008 term. The MTA team made its selections at the associati...
WINNIPEG, Man. – The Manitoba Trucking Association board of directors has elected its officers and executive committee members for the 2007-2008 term. The MTA team made its selections at the association’s 75th annual general meeting.
Elected were: President, Clayton Gording, Reimer Express Lines; 1st vice-president, Earl Coleman, Big Freight Systems; 2nd vice-president, Brian Page, Winnipeg Motor Express; and past president, Bob Senkow, TST Porter.
Executive Committee Members elected were: Susan Snyder, Searcy Trucking; Tom Payne Jr., Payne Transportation; and Dave Waver, TransX
The Board of Directors elected at the Annual General Meeting were: John Erik Albrechtsen, Paul’s Hauling; Greg Arndt Jade Transport; Gary Arnold, Arnold Bros. Transport; Norm Blagden ,Bison Transport; Dennis Clarke, Gardewine North; Seaton Coleman, Big Freight Systems; Earl Coleman, Big Freight Systems; Ron Cram, Cheval Transport; Jacques Desrosiers, Dawson Road Transport; Jason Dubois, Len Dubois Trucking; Ed Elias, Essen Transport; Dennis Engel, Gardewine North; Darrin Fiske, Kleysen Transport; Clayton Gording, Reimer Express Lines; Borden Hadley, Smooth Freight; Bryan Hardy, Wabash National Trailer Centres; Jim Hiebert, J.D.H. Hiebert Trucking; Scott Kinley, Gladstone Transfer; Keith McLeod, Glen McLeod & Son; Ken Mourant, Rosewood Bulk Milk Hauling; Helene Nadeau, LaBroquerie Transfer; Brian Page, Winnipeg Motor Express; Tom Payne Jr., Payne Transportation; Larry Seel, Waterous Power Systems; Susan Snyder, Searcy Trucking; Jim Stobie, Manitoulin Transport; Kirk Warren, Custom Transport; Dave Waver, TransX; Doug Wheway, Fort Garry Industries; and George Williams, Warren/Stonewall Freight.
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