Driver Roger Dannen Retires after 27 Years With TMC

on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 in Awards & Recognition

Veteran driver, Roger Dannen, will be hanging up the keys this week after nearly three decades with TMC. Roger is a true Black and Chrome original. He holds the prestigious title of Wheel Master, has over three million safe driving miles under his belt and was even the very first driver in the fleet to receive the keys to the new Peterbilt 579.

Roger started his career on TMC’s linehaul division before spending some time on the Specialized Division’s John Deere account. When TMC started hauling boats in 2009, Roger joined that team and has remained there until his retirement.

“Over Roger’s lengthy career, he has racked up some amazing accomplishments and is very deserving,” says Clynt Coburn, Roger’s Operations Manager. “TMC will miss Roger, or ‘Tweety Bird’ as he’s referred to, out on the road, but we are thankful that he will be continuing his Black & Chrome legacy while working part time at the Ankeny training yard. “

Roger is looking forward to spending time with his family and going fishing with his fellow TMC alumni buddies. Congratulations Roger! We wish you the best as you start your retirement!