DENVER — One factor that has been re-emphasized through the pandemic: We ought to be additional grateful for our truck drivers.
This previous week, Denver7 celebrated Nationwide Truck Driver Appreciation week by interviewing Safeway worker Rocky Teter, a Commerce Metropolis resident who’s about to achieve 50 years with the corporate.
Rocky additionally volunteered with the South Adams County Fireplace Division for 42 years (ultimately incomes the place of Chief), and he says he doesn’t plan on retiring from delivering meals for Safeway anytime quickly.
“Once I’m working, I am joyful. And that is why I am nonetheless working,” he informed Denver7, whereas delivering a cargo to the placement on forty fourth and Lowell. “The instances after I could not work due to accidents and stuff, I used to be similar to, ‘I gotta get a job.'”
Within the story above, you may hear extra about why Rocky takes delight in his work, particularly whereas there’s a scarcity proper now for truck drivers.
Nationwide Truck Driver Appreciation Week: Safeway driver celebrates 50 years with the corporate