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PMTC inducts two new drivers into Hall of Fame


KING CITY, Ont. – Two more drivers have been inducted into the PMTC Hall of Fame.

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Wayne Jantzi (left) of Home Hardware and Monte Boylen of Superior Propane were inducted into the PMTC Hall of Fame at this year’s PMTC conference.

The inductees were celebrated at the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada’s annual conference in King City, Ont. The award is sponsored by Huron Services Group and is given to drivers from PMTC member companies who have a stellar safety record.

This year, the PMTC-Huron Services Group inducted Wayne Jantzi of Home Hardware and Monte Boylen of Superior Propane into the Hall of Fame.

Jantzi has been driving for Home Hardware since 1977. He has maintained an accident-free driving record for more than 37 years and accumulated more than five million kilometres. He has also participated in several truck driving championships. As well, he is involved in many community programs, especially with his church.

Boylen started his driving career with Superior Propane in 1975 and maintained an accident-free driving record for more than 41 years. As a driver, he accumulated more than 1.8 million kilometres. His employer says most customers call him by name and appreciate his outstanding customer service and work ethic.

“They represent the best part of our industry, they’re joining an elite group of drivers that have been inducted before them,” said Bob Boyich of Huron Services Group who helped introduce the inductees. “I always find the hall of fame drivers, that there is common characteristics between them. They’re a kind, cautious, considerate person, they’re not in a hurry, always giving way to someone else.”

You can view the full list of inductees, here.


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