Larry McNutt died suddenly early Friday, School Transportation News has learned. He was 69.
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John Benish, Sr., chief executive officer and owner of the largest school bus contractor in Chicago, died suddenly the evening of Oct. 1. He was 82.
Former National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) board member Peter Mannella has retired from the New York Association for Pupil Transportation (NYAPT), where he served as executive director.
For the past three years, School Transportation News has requested nominations of student transporters who are displaying leadership or innovation in their school bus operation, but who may have not received the public or industry-wide recognition that they deserve.
MADISON, Ind. — Vehicle Service Group (VSG) has named Kirk Dawson as vice president and general manager of the Americas, effective Dec. 1, 2018. VSG is the parent company of 13 leading brands in the vehicle lift, wheel service and collision repair markets. Those include: Rotary, Chief, Forward, Ravaglioli and Direct-Lift. Dawson takes over from Matt Webster, who is retiring after 35 years with the company.
Bruce Landsberg and Jennifer Homendy were sworn onto the National Transportation Safety Board in August, filling the remaining two open spots.