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Kevin Scully Finding His Way


Kevin Scully has been in the pupil trans-


portation industry for the past five years. He works hard to provide preventative main- tenance, which paid off with his location passing the Connecticut Department of Motor vehicles inspection with a 100-percent score. During Scully’s tenure as a technician, his


Maintenance Technician, Durham School Services in Milford,


Connecticut


knowledge has grown at a consistent rate. He is currently working toward his Automotive Service Excellence certification. Joe Conway, the regional maintenance manager of the Durham School Services location, said Scully has a strong work ethic and is now a trainer on preventative maintenance work methods. In addition to his daily work, he has assisted on several fleet acquisition inspections, which contributes to the growing success of the company. Conway added the team has high expectations for Scully. When asked his favorite part of the job, Scully said he loves diagnosing and solving new problems.


Dick Wagoe Leading By Example Lead


Technician, Academy


District 20 in Colorado


Richard “Dick” Wagoner has spent a little over 17 years in the pupil transportation industry. He is the state chairperson for the Colorado State Pupil Transportation Association technicians committee and helped judge the testing stations at the America’s Best competition for school Bus inspectors and technicians, held by the National Association of Pupil Transportation. Wagoner has also been invited twice to participate in writing


test questions for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, and he holds a num- ber of local, state and national certificates.


Fleet Manager Brian Vasina


said Wagoner takes pride in providing bus drivers, students and staff with the safest transportation. Over the course of the last school year, he assisted in the transportation parts department while also completing his regular assigned duties. Vasina added that Wagoner has the ability to repair anything thrown his way and is one of the most well-rounded technicians he has worked with in the school bus industry. Not only does Wagoner go above and beyond at work, he is also a leader in the community. He is a retired military veteran, having served 20 years in the U.S. Army, and has carried that integrity into civilian life. He is also committed to teaching the youth values and works as a volunteer umpire with Little League International and has frequently umpired the Little League World Series. “Dick is the glue that holds our fleet department together,” said


Jesse Hill, a driver supervisor for the district. Wagoner said his favorite part of the job is working with his team


of technicians. He said he loves watching one of the district’s vehi- cles driving down the road as it gives him a sense of pride knowing he had something to do with that vehicle being safe and reliable.


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