New Penn honors 21 drivers for reaching 1 million safe miles

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New Penn recently honored 21 of its professional drivers for achieving 1 million miles without a preventable accident. The drivers will be recognized for their achievement with a plaque honoring their dedication to safety.

“We are all extremely proud of our skilled drivers for their outstanding achievement,” says Steven Gast, president and chief executive officer of Lebanon, Pa.-based New Penn. “They exemplify the engagement and pride essential to make our highways safe while meeting our customers’ needs.”

The New Penn drivers being honored include:

  • Richard Alsfeld, Cumberland, R.I.;
  • Peter Carey, Altoona, Pa.;
  • Charles Cherrick, Trenton, N.J.;
  • Kenneth Davis, Cumberland;
  • Eric Doughty, Newburgh, N.Y.;
  • David Eastep, Altoona;
  • Arthur Erickson, Springfield, Mass.;
  • Marlin Field, Reading, Pa.;
  • Derek Giusto, Southington, Conn.;
  • Tom Hollister, Scranton, Pa.;
  • John Hrycko, Reading;
  • Angelo Lepre, Trenton;
  • Walter Locke, South Kearny, N.J.;
  • Steven Miller, Trenton;
  • Dennis Parmer, Reading;
  • Marc Patenaude, Stanhope, Quebec, Canada;
  • Clinton Porter, Camp Hill, Pa.;
  • Brian Ruger, Newburgh;
  • David Schlegel, Camp Hill;
  • Glenn Stricker, Trenton; and
  • Donald Wood, Camp Hill.