SBF presents the 36th award to the veteran transportation director from Virginia, who has served as a mentor for many new people entering the field.
North Carolina pupil transportation director is recognized for his numerous contributions to his state and the larger pupil transportation industry.
The pupil transportation industry has been graced by individuals who have contributed to its betterment at the local, state and national levels. The following people were recognized by <I>SCHOOL BUS FLEET</I> for their efforts.
Tennessee pupil transportation figure wins SCHOOL BUS FLEET honor for his years of service and for spearheading a school bus stamp campaign in memory of a slain driver.
Donald Tudor, director of transportation for the South Carolina Department of Education, has been named SCHOOL BUS FLEET’s 2004 Administrator o...
Marking the 30th anniversary of SCHOOL BUS FLEET's Administrator of the Year award, Editor Steve Hirano presented the award posthumously to Den...
For his achievement and leadership in the school transportation industry, Robert Pape, director of transportation at Lawrence (N.Y.) Public Schools, w...
Commended for his tireless involvement in the industry and for pioneering many programs that promote safety and awareness, Randy McLerran was named
Combining special-needs expertise with strong management skills and a willingness to serve the industry, she has helped to advance pupil transportation at the local, state and national levels.
Transportation director in Englewood, Colo., has made strong contributions to the industry — while championing an unpopular cause.
Recognized for his excellence at the local and state levels, Bobby Gaffney of Woodford County received this year's award.
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