As a professional driver, have you ever struggled with the idea of being coached by someone who has never sat in that seat? That’s where Jeff King, Mike Vanyzendoorn, and Maya Hernandez step in. These three active Nussbaum drivers are excited to build new relationships with other drivers and share their experience as our newest driver performance coaches.
Congratulations to all of our Nussbaum Family! Thanks to all of your efforts, Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and CarriersEdge have named Nussbaum one of the top 20, 2019 Best Fleets to Drive For.
40 years at Nussbaum. 48 years of marriage. And those aren’t final numbers. Garrie and Avis Atkins are tried and true devotees to Nussbaum Transportation and each other. Scrounge secrets from them as they dive into the art of showing up.
Are you ready for the thriller of 2019? We’ll dish it out in this episode stocked with specs on Nussbaum’s new 2020 Freightliner Cascadias and future gadgets en route. Step aside, Jetson Family, Nussbaum’s bringing the future.
Listen to what’s new for 2019 with Daimler Trucks North America, Freightliner, Truck Centers, and Nussbaum Transportation in this ear-tingling episode.
What does a chaplain do in his free time? Watch Cubs games, go to the movies with his wife, and be exhausted by his seven grandchildren. What does he do otherwise? Encourage, serve, and support you.
Brian and Janine host the afternoon show on Central Illinois’ Christian radio station, WCIC. Janine, an aspiring ballerina turned almost reporter turned high school teacher turned radio host, dazzles with her joyous laugh and compassionate heart. Brian, a former government worker – who always brings the fun – oozes quick wit and quotable one-liners.
30 years at Nussbaum. 48 years with her beloved husband. Loyalty is Vicky’s nature. Glean sage advice from a servant-hearted woman who has seen it all and listen to her final moments at Nussbaum.
We were happy as could be that we had passed and received our CDL’s, but it was a hot afternoon when we brought that 1990 Pete day cab back from Springfield. Without any air conditioning, we had the windows down, and the engine was screaming as we came up I-55. And so conversational yelling ensued.
It all started 101 years ago, on Thanksgiving Day 1917. Billy Shelper opened the kitchen of Home Sweet Home Ministries (HSHM) to serve the first meal of its existence.