MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — On Apr. 8, the trucking industry lost a well-known and highly respected truck salesman.
Bernie Zardo died suddenly at his home. His career in the truck sales business included stints at: Elgin Motors; Belmont Chev-Olds; Kenworth Truck Centre; Oshawa Truck Centre; McCleave International; Metro International; and most recently, Tallman Truck Centres in Mississauga.
His career spanned 44 years.
“He was highly respected in his industry from the customers to the owners of the companies, to the girls in the office and licensing bureau and the guys in the parts department,” his family said in a note to Trucknews.com. “All and many others were recipients of Bernie’s generous coffees, Timbits and chocolates, and a quick conversation. His great work ethic garnered repeat customers that always asked for Bernie.”
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