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Toronto Transportation Club announces 2012 executive committee

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Toronto Transportation Club has announced its executive committee for 2012. The vote was held at the TTC's annual general meeting at the Royal York Hotel yesterday. 


TORONTO, Ont. — The Toronto Transportation Club has announced its executive committee for 2012. The vote was held at the TTC’s annual general meeting at the Royal York Hotel yesterday. 

Claudia Milicevic, senior director and general manager of TransCore Link Logistics, was elected president; John Foss, account manager at Trailcon Leasing, was elected first vice-president; and Peter Collins, vice-president of sales and marketing at Durabody Industries was elected second vice-president. Gary Crowther, director of sales for Canadian National Railway, will remain on the executive committee as immediate past president.

The 2012 board of the Toronto Transportation Club includes:

-Bruce Rodgers, country manager, CEVA Freight Canada Corporation

-David Wood, operations manager, Mother Parkers Tea and Coffee

-D.J. Massicotte, vice-president and general manager, Performance Logistics

-Jim Wade, sales representative, MSM Transportation

-Kathy Penner, associate publisher, Truck News/Truck West

-Lori McCreight, vice-president, strategic accounts, Canada Cartage

-Mary Clarke, manager, cargo domestic sales, Air Canada

-Neil McKenna, vice-president, transportation, Canadian Tire

-Peter DiTecco, president, Armbro Transport

-Peter Collins, vice-president, Durabody Industries

-Robert McDonald, president, Apps Transportation Group

-Tim Boyce, director, Toronto Transportation Club

-Brian Wright, director of sales, Canadian Pacific Intermodal

The AGM was followed by the Club’s annual dinner attended by more than 800 industry professionals. Entertainment for the evening was provided by Canadian Comedian of the Year, Ron James.


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