Ryan Mahony, 39, has been trucking for 14 years, both in England and the U.S. He lives in Fort Smith, Ark., with his wife, two young daughters … and eight dogs, two goats, two ponies and 12 horses.
If LaRaine Ullom had been alive during the 1800s, her lifestyle would be pretty similar to now — except she’d be riding across the country in a wagon instead of a 2005 fully automatic Volvo.
The Goulds, along with 21 other families, got a call from “Santa” this past Christmas through the Trucker Charity Inc. Christmas group, that awarded families in need $600 each that month.
Truck driver Jesse See of Titusville, Fla., got into trucking because he loves to drive. He got into playing Santa Claus each year because he loves to give.
This is the story of “How the Truck Drivers Saved the Christmas Holiday,” a song written by trucker Bill Weaver, 46, of Flippin, Ark. Married just two weeks prior to his interview with The Trucker and with a brand new grandbaby in his life, Weaver said he was ready to spread some Christmas cheer with his song.
Tony Justice, an over-the-road trucker for 14 years, has been working his way up in the world of country music, starting at the place he’s most familiar with: trucking. His most recent album, “On the Road,” is distributed at six major truck stop chains, from TravelCenters of America to Pi-lot/Flying J. Justice said his music is also available online at iTunes, Google Play, Amazon.com and his website, tonyjusticemusic.com.