Posted by Trucker Charity Inc on Wednesday, June 20, 2012,
10/25/1948 - 05/22/2012
Husband, father, grandfather and one of the greatest friends a truck driver could have. The trucking industry lost one of it’s finest and we are all shocked and saddened.
John was 64 years young.
John was a Vietnam Veteran. He was a POW for 5 months. He was shot out of a helicopter, fell in the water and captured. He earned 4 purple hearts and 3 bronze stars. He felt he was the protector of all the guys in his platoon. He couldn’t talk about much ...
Posted by Truckers Helping on Saturday, June 16, 2012,
Mr. Tony Hamilton was chosen and accepted as executive director of public relations for Trucker Charity Inc. He comes with a well seasoned background in trucking as well as marketing. Tony is active in many non profit organizations. He is a director at Operation Roger, active in Truckers For Charities as well as active in local community organizations.
We welcome his experience and network. He will be put to the test daily at Trucker Charity Inc. He will be taking on a paid position at Truc... Continue reading ...
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On June 14th On behalf of Rigs and Rides Magazine, The Chrome Trucker Chics, The Chrome Kids Project, the sponsors and all those who helped and attended the 2012 All Out Chrome Show, April Kabrick and Micah Harman presented a check in the amount of $750.00 to Amy Lueders of the Kansas City Children's Miracle Network. In addition to the check a...
Trucker Charity Inc is pleased to announce that, right now, President Lance Wood is on his way to collect a truck which has been donated to the charity by a benefactor. Trucker Charity has now become a Motor Carrier for the purpose of funding the charitable actions performed by the charity and the education and mentoring of drivers.
Many of Trucker Charity's sponsors are kindly helping to decal the unit and make it ready for the road.
On the road, it will be listed as a Disaster Relief Vehicle,...