Trucks jam up highway in honor of Don Anderson

STOUFFVILLE, Ont. — More than 100 trucks lined Highway 404 this weekend[1] in memory of trucking industry great, Don Anderson. Anderson, the founder of Don Anderson Haulage based in Stouffville, Ont. passed away on July 1[2] after a battle with cancer. His funeral was held on Saturday, July 8.

“Trucking was his life,” Anderson’s son, Michael Anderson, told CTV Toronto[3]. “My grandfather was in the trucking industry prior to my dad being there and my dad started with one truck back when he just finished high school and built his business to over a hundred trucks over the years.

“Our family is so touched by all these guys coming out on a Saturday and to pay their respects to my dad this way is truly special.”

References

  1. ^ lined Highway 404 this weekend (www.ctvnews.ca)
  2. ^ passed away on July 1 (www.trucknews.com)
  3. ^ CTV Toronto (www.ctvnews.ca)

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