WEST CHESTER, Pa. – Drivers for Krapf Bus Companies have had a successful summer in the competitive driver arena.
Ted Dubbs, a driver for Krapf Coaches, won the transit division of the Pennsylvania State Safety Competition over a field of highly skilled veteran competitors
Dubbs also placed third at the 47th Annual School Bus Driver International Safety Competition in Indianapol
He has been driving school buses since 1979 for a suburban Philadelphia school district and has been a motorcoach driver for Krapf for more than 23 years.
In addition, Krapf drivers took six of the top 10 places in the larger conventional event of the Pennsylvania competition, including first and second.
The Krapf winners in the conventional event, which included 96 drivers, are:
- Shanon O’Brien – 1st place
- Ruth DelVecchio – 2nd place
- Karl Peters – 5th place
- Joanne Cowan – 6th place
- Dennis Ryan – 7th place
- Joel Duffy – 8th place
LENEXA, Kan. — Clymer Berry has been named executive vice president of the International Motorcoach Group.
Berry brings to IMG a wealth of experience in the domestic travel and service industry. His career includes tenures at EF Education First as partner relations manager of EF Explore America and at Agero Inc. as performance manager.
“We are thrilled to have Clymer join our team,” said IMG President Bronwyn Wilson. “He knows our organization from a customer’s perspective and his skills will assist us greatly as we continue to grow our network and deliver value to our members.”
INDIANAPOLIS — John J. Corrado, president of Suffolk Transportation Service of Long Island, N.Y., was named 2017 Contractor of the Year by School Bus Fleet.
Corrado is the 50th recipient of the award, which was presented last month at the National School Transportation Association’s annual meeting in Indianapolis.