Well-known trucker and beloved family member Fred Crossman of Parry Sound, Ont. passed away recently. The veteran trucker was a driver with Tudhope Cartage in Parry Sound, Ont. and Boyes Explosive in ...
Well-known trucker and beloved family member Fred Crossman of Parry Sound, Ont. passed away recently. The veteran trucker was a driver with Tudhope Cartage in Parry Sound, Ont. and Boyes Explosive in Fenwick, Ont. before becoming manager at Boyes Explosives’ Parry Sound location.
Crossman leaves behind: his loving wife and partner of 54 years, Sadie; sons David and Bill; daughter Cathie and their families; as well as his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends and relatives say he will be deeply missed and is now “trucking in the clouds” with his late son-in-law, Kim Zenhenko (Sureway Transport, 1993).
Tony Bernard has been appointed manager of training operations for Kim Richardson Transportation Specialists. Bernard has more than a decade of experience in different levels of transportation and will be managing training operations at all KRTS campuses. For more information visit www.krway.com.
Terry Owen, president and CEO of Trimac Transportation Services, has announced he will be leaving the company by the end of the year. Owen’s departure will be effective Dec. 31. For the remainder of 2007, in addition to performing his normal responsibilities, Owen will be participating in the transition of responsibilities. Trimac officials have said it is expected that Jeff McCaig will assume CEO duties in addition to his current role as chairman.
Owen has been associated with Trimac and predecessor companies in senior executive capacities since June 1994 and has made “an outstanding contribution to the success of Trimac over this period,” according to officials. “He has played a key role in the creation of shareholder value through the planning and implementation of major corporate transactions.”
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