Atlas Van Lines Drivers Make 1995 Honor Roll

June 1, 1996

EVANSVILLE, (Ind.) -- Atlas Van Lines has selected three drivers from the special products division for the company's 1995 Driver Honor Roll. Bob Harris, Phil Hale, and Welden Scheib achieved this distinguished honor through excellence in the areas of customer service, safety compliance and claims.

According to Bill Travelstead, Atlas Van Lines' assistant vice president, operations, the Honor Roll program was initiated to recognize special products drivers for their outstanding abilities.

"All of our special products drivers are skilled, hardworking individuals," says Travelstead. "The Honor Roll recipients are those who have distinguished themselves through their outstanding performance."

Harris, who resides in Parker, Colo., has been with the special products division since 1991. Scheib has worked in the special projects division for 17 years. He lives in Las Vegas, Nev. Hale, a Palmyra, Tenn., resident, has been with Atlas since 1993.

In addition to having their names engraved on the Driver Honor Roll plaque on display at Atlas Headquarters, the Honor Roll recipients were recently recognized in a presentation, where they received Honor Roll jackets and plaques.

Hale, Harris and Scheib were among 10 finalists for this award. Other finalists were Ron Barker, Mike Chambers, Calvin Conner, Joe Howard, Phil Mack, Lou Pedroza, and Ron Rodocker.

With its world headquarters in Evansville, Indiana, Atlas Van Lines is a major transporter of household goods and special products through some 600 agents across the U.S. and Canada, and over 800 worldwide.