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Wheaton World Wide Moving names 2018 Drivers of the Year

November 8, 2018 | Wheaton News & Events

INDIANAPOLIS – Announced recently at its 64th Annual Partnership Conference, Wheaton World Wide Moving awarded top honors to five drivers in the network as 2018 Drivers of the Year. To be eligible for these awards, individuals must first earn a Driver of the Month award between September 2017 and August 2018 and consistently provide superior service to Wheaton customers. By their excellent records in claims, customer service and safety, these drivers are among the best in the van lines’ fleet.

2018 Drivers of the Year

From left: CEO Mark Kirschner, Direct Lease Driver of the Year Scott White, Director of Operations Ron Borkowski, and Executive VP A.J. Schneider

Direct Lease Fleet Driver – Scott “Scooter” White
Scott White, Mount Horeb, Wisc., has more than 23 years of experience as a professional household goods mover. White maintains an excellent performance rating and earned his first Driver of the Month award with the van line in February 2018.

Wheaton Permanent Fleet Driver – James Shreve
James Shreve (pictured at top), Olympic Moving & Storage, Lakewood, Wash., earned Wheaton’s Permanent Fleet Driver of the Month award in August 2018, his second with the company. Shreve has more than 24 years of professional moving experience with Wheaton and maintains a good performance rating.

2018 Drivers of the Year

From left: Executive VP A.J. Schneider, CEO Mark Kirschner, Delware Moving & Storage Executive VP Dave Hopkins, Intermittent Fleet Driver of the Year Zarun Gilliam, and Director of Operations Ron Borkowski

Wheaton Intermittent Fleet Driver – Zarun Gilliam
Zarun Gilliam, Delaware Moving & Storage Co, Inc., Bear, Del., earned Wheaton’s Intermittent Fleet Driver of the Month award for May 2018. Gilliam has more than 8 years of experience as a professional mover and has a top driver performance rating.

About Wheaton World Wide Moving
Wheaton Van Lines, Inc. is one of the world’s most highly regarded providers of transportation services. The van line is now the fourth largest household goods carrier. Headquartered in Indianapolis, the Wheaton offers private and corporate domestic and international household goods relocation services as well as special commodities and logistic services. The United States Military also is one of the company’s largest customers.

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