H.O. Wolding honors 10 area employees for safe driving achievements
AMHERST — H.O. Wolding has announced the induction of 10 area drivers into its Safe Driving Club. Recognition as a Safe Driving Club member requires accumulating one million or more consecutive miles of accident-free driving.
The 10 Portage County drivers recognized by H.O. Wolding for their safe driving accomplishments are:
David Dieterich, Marion, Wis. – 3 million miles
Kris Sjogren, Stevens Point, Wis. – 3 million miles
Jay Gray, Amherst, Wis. – 2 million miles
Wayne Holmes, Amherst, Wis. – 2 million miles
Gary Milan, Amherst, Wis. – 2 million miles
Wally Nemeth, Plover, Wis. – 2 million miles
Jay Rose, Amherst, Wis. – 2 million miles
Timothy Blair, Plover, Wis. – 1 million miles
Mark Pacocha, Amherst, Wis. – 1 million miles
Jeff Zywicki, Stevens Point, Wis. – 1 million miles
In addition to these individuals, 37 other H.O. Wolding drivers from across the United States have been inducted into its Safe Driving Club because of attaining one million or more consecutive accident-free miles.
According to Marc Wolding, director of operations at H.O. Wolding, accumulating a million or more consecutive accident-free miles is an outstanding driving accomplishment.
“Each day the operation of a truck presents all kinds of challenges, which include everything from the weather to driving a vehicle on busy highways and streets in and around other vehicles. As a company, we are proud to recognize these drivers for achieving one million or more accident-free miles. Each day they bring an exceptional level of dedication and professionalism to their work that results in keeping our roads safe while also meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations.”
Congrats to all. One small correction is needed.
My dad, David Dieterich is from Marion.