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UPS has declared 10 of its Utah drivers as members of the company’s Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving. The drivers are among 1,283 drivers worldwide to receive the distinction.
Utah has 40 active Circle of Honor drivers with a combined 1,094 years of accident-free driving. Brent Rogers of Ogden is the state’s senior safe driver, with 35 years of accident-free driving under his belt. There are 681 total UPS drivers in Utah.
Globally, 6,486 active UPS drivers are members of the Circle of Honor. Collectively they’ve racked up 178,663 years and more than 5.3 billion safe miles during their careers, or the equivalent of circling the earth more than 212,000 times.
“My thanks go to all of them for their dedication and focus, and for the countless lives they’ve saved,” said Craig Wiltz, president of the UPS Desert Mountain District.
Globally, the most seasoned UPS Circle of Honor driver is Thomas Camp of Livonia, Mich., with 50 years of driving without an accident. Thomas Santocke of Dearborn, Mich., and Ronald McKnight of Bronx, N.Y., are next in line with 44 years each of safe driving. Thirty-seven others have logged at least 40 years without an accident.