Robert St. John, Devine's Driver Trainer

Robert St. John, Devine’s Driver Trainer

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Robert’s enthusiasm is sure to come through. He does indeed enjoy serving our customers and teaching drivers the ropes.

Thanks Robert!  You are a rock star.

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