Livonia UPS Driver Holds 55 Year Safe Driving Record
TROY, Mich. – Today, U.S. Representative Dave Trott joined UPS CEO David Adney and UPS VP Thomas Jensen to celebrate UPS Driver and Livonia Resident Tom Camp’s 55-year record of safe driving – the longest in UPS history.
“Driving over a million miles and transporting over 5 million packages, Mr. Camp serves as a model of conscientious driving and safety. Perhaps, the only thing more impressive than his driving record is his passion for excellent customer service, one that our neighbors recognize and appreciate each and every delivery,” said Rep. Trott after the ceremony. “Now holding the longest safe driving record in UPS history, he exemplifies the commitment and spirit of Southeast Michigan’s hardworking men and women.”
In recognition of Mr. Camp’s accomplishment, Rep. Trott inserted congratulatory remarks into the U.S. House of Representatives Congressional Record, which he presented to Mr. Camp at the ceremony.
Tom Camp is a 77-year-old Marine Corps veteran who began working for UPS in 1962. Mr. Camp has driven over a million miles and transported over 5 million packages with no Department of Transportation reportable accidents for 55 years. As the first UPS driver to achieve 55 years of safe driving, he now holds the UPS record.