WINNIPEG. Man. — The Manitoba Trucking Association elected its Board of Directors and Executive at its Annual General Meeting today.
Members elected to the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting include:
§ John Erik Albrechtsen, Paul’s Hauling Ltd.
§ Greg Arndt, Jade Transport Ltd.
§ Gary Arnold, Arnold Bros. Transport Ltd.
§ Norm Blagden, Bison Transport Inc.
§ Jas Brar, 4Tracks Ltd.
§ Ron Cram, Cheval Transport Ltd.
§ Bruce Danylchuk, E.B.D. Enterprises Inc.
§ Jacques Desrosiers, Jack’s Heavy Transport & Storage
§ Ed Dillon, Kleysen Transport LP
§ Bernie Driedger, Portage Transport Inc.
§ Jason Dubois, Len Dubois Trucking
§ Gilles Durand, Du-Vall Transport
§ Darrin Fiske, Kleysen Transport LP
§ Roger Gagné, Grote Industries
§ Borden Hadley, Smooth Freight Ltd.
§ Tobi Hadley, Smooth Freight Ltd.
§ Kyle Harris, Harris Transport Ltd.
§ Scott Kinley, Gladstone Transfer
§ Derek Lachaine, TransX
§ Marc Meyer, Meyer Bros. Trucking Ltd.
§ Michael Mourant, Rosewood Agrifoods Bulk Milk Haulers
§ John Oades, Beaver Truck Centre
§ Rick Ottenbreit, Searcy Trucking
§ Derek Rolstone, TransX
§ Dan Simcock, Prairie International Container & Dray Services Inc.
§ Kevin Small, Agri-Tel Transportation Inc.
§ Dave Tyrchniewicz, Turk Enterprises Ltd.
§ Tom VanDam, Big Freight Systems Inc.
§ Pauline Wiebe-Peters, Payne Transportation LP
§ Doug Witt, Gardewine Group Inc.
§ Steve Zokvic, Bison Transport Inc.
The Board of Directors also elected the Officers and Executive Committee members at this meeting for the 2013-2014 term. Elected were:
President: Norm Blagden, Bison Transport Inc.
1st Vice President: Greg Arndt, Jade Transport
2nd Vice President: Gary Arnold, Arnold Bros Transport Ltd.
Additional members to the Executive Committee include:
Mr. John Erik Albrechtsen, Paul’s Hauling Ltd.
Mr. Doug Witt, Gardewine Group Inc.
Mr. Bernie Driedger, Portage Transport Inc.
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