Pictured l-r: Chuck, Jason, Shelby, Adam and Lonnie

After 30 years of dedication, Chuck Peterson, Driver Extraordinaire, Fresno, is retiring.  We wish him a long, healthy and happy retirement spending his time doing the things he loves with those he loves.
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Pictured l-r: Sandy, Chuck, Rosa, Vie, Cristina and Joyce.

Chuck has been doing his farewell tour and saying good bye to the friends and customers he served so well.  His friends at Campos Bros (pictured above) sent him off fondly with hugs, smiles and gifts.

We will all miss you, Chuck!

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