Prime Time Certified Awards

Prime Time Certified Awards

Prime, Inc., an international refrigerated and flatbed truckload carrier based in Springfield, Missouri, announces the most recent recipients of Prime Time Certified (PTC) Awards for continuous on-time performance.

November 1998

Leroy Tillman earned top honors for November with six years of continuous on-time performance, while Mike Waddle achieved the five-year mark. The following operators maintained four years of continuous on-time performance: Cynthia Capps, Bruce Duffy, Griffin Gathers, Vonnia Gray, Richard Mason, and Cathrine and Gary Turner. Shelby Asher, Kimberly Elrod, Larry Lewis, Katherine Locke, Richard Logue, Reginald McClain, and Rick Simpson achieved the three-year level of continuous service during November. The following Prime drivers attained the two-year level of continuous on-time performance for the month of November: John Barrett, Ellen Taylor, Mervin Bell, Elmer Bohner, III, Gregory Charlton, Debrah Drake, James Frazier, Dorothy and Sammy Glidewell, Kenneth Hay, Eddie Ledkins, Jerry Mealey, Reginald Mitchell, Florence and John Perez, Franklin Prue, Wilton Radford, Russel Reed, Brenda Smith, Phillip Susca, and Robert Watson.

October 1998

Laverne Falk earned top honors for October with an outstanding nine years of continuous on-time performance while James Paul reached the eight-year mark. Prime drivers Robert Jordan and Frank Stankiewicz hit the seven year mark and Daniel Dohmen, James Field, and Stanley and Carol Selinsky achieved six years of continuous on-time performance. The following Prime drivers achieved the five-year leve3l of continuous on-time performance during the month of October: Larry Ely, William Maupin, Phillip Russell, Eric Thibodeau, Douglas Wenk, and Steve Madsen. David Anderson, Jack Ayars, Eleanor Cates, Randall Scott, Jr., and Don Thornburg reached the four year mark, while William Sampson and David Shaw earned three years of continuous on-time performance for October. The following 13 Prime drivers were awarded two year PTC award: Gabriel Arreola, Clifford Brewer, Tom Fairbrother, Margaret Fisher, Steve and Carla Gadbaw, Garrett Howard, Howard Jenkins, David Kopperman, Levonzell Nowden, Rodney Pond, Billy Rushing, Delbert Scoggins, Clark Shuck, and Nance Crawford.

September 1998

Dean Laymon earned top honors for September with an outstanding eighteen years of continuous on-time performance. Harold Treesh achieved the eight-year level, while Lilie Ramsey and Dara Zolnowsky earned the six-year mark of continuous on-time performance. Russell Gookin maintained five years of continuous on-time performance while Charles Cody and Randal Ruddle hit the four-year mark. Prime operators Gale Goss, Gyula Hercz, Larry Johnson, Daniel Joye, Glenn Lundy, and William Vanhauvart achieved three years of continuous service. The following Prime drivers achieved the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of September: Rebecca Archer, Robert Athearn, Edsel Breshears, Gary Broderick, Robert Campbell, Earl Dowell, Robert and Tamberli Zeek,Cheryl Folden, Melodie Henry, Leroy House, Lamorris Jackson, Tony Leonard, Jamie Mercado, Tammy Perkins, and Melvin Wyatt.

August 1998

Clarence and Gladys Cobb and Ricky Ramsey earned top honors for August with six years of continuous on-time performance while James Bouland, Stella Cook, and Kirpal Singh reached the five-year mark. Prime operator Daryl Curl achieved four years of continuous service as Judy and Thomas Baker, Barbara Jasper, James Mahoney, Bente Simerman, and Jack Welch have attained the three-year level. The following Prime drivers achieved the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of August: Jimmy Behel, Brian Dean, Carrie Garr, Catherine Lowry, Dawn Martinez, Tom Neuenschwander, Michael Pautard, Jr., Tim Prouty, Ricky Summers, Buster Taylor, Thomas and Kathy Weaver, Richard Wiesbrock, Duane Winkel, and Ken Yeoumans.

July 1998

Jim Hawkins and Gregory Williams earned top honors for July with six years of continuous on-time performance while George and Kathleen Garra and Ira Miley reached the five-year mark. Prime drivers Perry Allee, Antonio Crawford, Buddy Hall, Pierre Fulmore, Roger Lyke, and Rodney Whitman hit the three-year mark. The following 12 Prime drivers achieved the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of July: Phyllis and Michael Brown, Thomas Coss, Derrick Dibbern, Carol Dickinson, Edmond Dunlap, Gary and Charles Bonnie, James Moore, Curtis Sanders, Gail Wallace, and Fred Wilson.

May 1998

Woodrow Richardson earned top honors for May with an outstanding nine years of continuous on-time performance. Sherry Lewis achieved the eight-year level. Frank Sheets maintained five years of continuous on-time performance while Robert Estep Jr. hit the four-year mark. Prime operators Paul Duguay, Richard Johnson, and Deborah Winfred all achieved three years of continuous service. The following Prime drivers achieved the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of May: Marek Derlicki, Robert Fulwider, Orval Graham, Norman Grube, Phillip Pendergrass, Thomas Richards, and Peyton Walmsley.

April 1998

Gene Pace earned top honors for April with five years of continuous on-time performance while Christina Sanders reached the four-year mark. The following Prime drivers achieved the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of April: Kathleen Bartlett, Randolf Bartlett, Judy Harrington, Chris Haynes, Emile Radulescu, Michael Rolko, John Sampley, Freddie Thomas, and James Wilson.

March 1998

Tim and Ginger Craven earned top honors for March with five years of continuous on-time performance. In March, Prime drivers James Cauble, Dan Clark, and Alfielia Lamb achieved four years of continuous service while Gene Ghierca and Larry Patterson reached the three-year mark. The following drivers reached the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of March: Parsy Barto, Lester Clark, Mike Cody, Luis Erazo, Patrick Garrison, Rodney Hood, David Jetton, Norma Kinsey, Tom Overbey, Beverly Ruddle, George Tant, Eddie Taylor, and Petr Vabson.

February 1998

James Paul earned top honors for February with an impressive seven years of continuous on-time performance at Prime. Darold Brown maintained six consecutive years of performance excellence as James Wright and Marie Cryder reached the five-year level. Prime drivers Ray Dillard and Eileen O'Dell achieved four years of continuous service while Richard Claring, Albert Coker, Loyd Gruver, Ervin Jackson and Randall Scott hit the three-year mark. The following drivers reached the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of February: Hani Asmar, Jim Atnip, Gene Friday, Brian Gardner, Felix Knowles, Larry Newton, Dennis Nunnley, Thomas Prosser, Doris Reed, Williams Reed and Terry Young.

January 1998

Ed Valentine earned top honors for January with an impressive eight years of continuous on-time performance at Prime. John Conway maintained six consecutive years of performance excellence. Prime drivers Clarence Cobb, Charles O'Dell, and Carmen Lindsey achieved four years of continuous service while Jerry Chillis, Danny Redinfo, and Thomas Scott hit the three-year mark. The following drivers reached the two-year level of continuous on-time performance during the month of January: Taymond Case, Diane Dakan, Raymond Davis, Beverly Duncan, Doug Fogal, Arthur Harrington, Lonnie Hockett, Barbara Jasper, Doug Kline, Hila Kimsey, Larry Lewis, Roger Lyke, Gregory Meyers, Cathy Mitchell, Donald Mitchell, Charles Murray, Wilford Sanders, Thomas Schumacher, Thomas Scott, Mike Settle, and Penny Settle.

PTC Awards, which distinguish Prime driver associates for their outstanding pick-up and on-time delivery performance, include patches, polo shirts, sweaters, jackets, leather bags and portfolios. After two years of continuous on-time performance, Prime operators receive a 10-karat gold ring with one diamond. One diamond is added for each subsequent year of continuous on-time performance.

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