Don grew up in the trucking industry. He started his career in Tulsa, OK, working at Tom Inman Trucking. Don started in the shop, then progressed to the wash bay and parts room before working night dispatch in his senior year of high school. While attending college, Don would run as a team to the west coast and back. After college he drove for Monkem out of Joplin, MO, Tyson Foods (when they had less than 75 trucks) and Jerry Inman out of Mounds, OK. Shortly after getting married he bought his first truck and knew that he was going to be a trucker just like his dad.
Don took over his father’s brokerage business, CS Carrier Service in 1990, and became President in 1991. He founded the trucking company as it operates today in 1994. Starting with just a hand full of owner operators; the company quickly grew to 165 trucks before the down turn in 2001, when the Company downsized to the 105 truck fleet it is today. Don is very active in the daily business working with operations and sales.
When not at work, Don is with his wife, Cheryl. They’ve been married for over thirty years, and Cheryl is also active in the business. Don enjoys golfing with his son RayVaun, a top amateur player, or traveling with his Daughter Randi, who lives in Seattle. When he is not spending time with his family; he is an avid motor cycle rider who loves to ride his Harley Davidson Motorcycles as far as he can.
Paul is a graduate of Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ and he has over 35 years’ experience in transportation and logistics which include managing and directing operations and sales of all modes of the supply chain.
Paul specializes in building relationships with new customers that need Third Party Logistics, Truck Load and LTL freight services.
Paul is married and has 3 children. He spends his spare time playing golf, skating and coaching hockey and basketball and rooting for the New York Yankees and New York Rangers. He also supports UGA and Rutgers where his sons graduated. Paul also enjoys fine craftsmanship and likes to dabble in carpentry.