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America’s Best School Bus Tech, Inspector Honored at NAPT Conference

Posted on November 9, 2017

In the America's Best technician category, Jeremiah Bradberry (left) placed first, Larry Horton placed second, and Michael Brewer placed third. Photo courtesy Jaime Gallego
In the America's Best technician category, Jeremiah Bradberry (left) placed first, Larry Horton placed second, and Michael Brewer placed third. Photo courtesy Jaime Gallego
COLUMBUS, Ohio — School bus technicians and inspectors who placed in the America’s Best Training & Skills Competition at the National Association for Pupil Transportation conference were presented with awards on Monday.

Here are the top competitors for 2017:

Technicians

1. Jeremiah Bradberry, Cobb County (Ga.) School District
2. Larry Horton, East Peoria (Ill.) School District 86
3. Michael Brewer, Carmel (Calif.) Unified School District

Inspectors

1. Bryce Ivie, Utah Highway Patrol
2. Craig Baker, Wilkes County (N.C.) Schools
3. Michael Schreiner, Apple Valley (Calif.) Unified School District

Related Topics: inspections, NAPT, preventive maintenance

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