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First Student names new location manager

Posted on October 15, 2012

CINCINNATI — First Student recently named Joe Eversole its location manager here, where he oversees all transportation operations for four lots.

Cincinnati Public Schools is among the districts in the area that First Student serves for which Eversole oversees the safety and maintenance.   

“Joe has the skills and the expertise needed to lead our Cincinnati team,” said Scott Turney, First Student area general manager. “His experience in the transportation industry, as well as with First Student, is a real asset to our organization and the community we serve.”

Eversole has more than 14 years of experience in the transportation industry, including serving as location manager for First Student Columbus, Ohio, from 2010 to 2012.

Prior to joining First Student, Eversole was a manager at UPS and DHL. In addition, he spent three years as a route manager for Waste Management.

Other news on First Student:

First Student names location manager, wins new contract

First Student adds 99 buses to Cincinnati fleet

Related Topics: First Student Inc.

Comments ( 1 )
  • Jay

     | about 4 years ago

    This is a lie. At the time that he (Joe) was a "manager" in Columbus he was 30. Scott stated then that he had 14 years in the transportation industry which means he was 15 or 16 when he started. Either they lied about his age, or they are lying about his experience. Either way Scott and Joe are liars.

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