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No. 1 Leading Fleet Hires New Director

November 17, 2017

Ron Lindsey, CAFS, has been appointed the new fleet management director for San Bernardino County, Calif., returning to the county after having served as the City of Anaheim, Calif., fleet operations superintendent since 2012. He was previously the fleet services manager at the county. He began his new role as director on Nov. 13.

San Bernardino County was named the No. 1 Leading Fleet in 2017, and Lindsey hopes to “continue to make a great fleet operation even better through continuous improvement and collaboration with our customers and team.”

The fleet consists of approximately 6,000 vehicles and equipment, nearly 100 staff members, and six maintenance facilities.

Lindsey replaces Roger Weaver, CAFM, CPFP, CPM, who took on the role of assistant director of fleet services at neighboring Riverside County last month.

Mike McCarty, fleet acquisitions administrator, will be acting fleet operations superintendent at Anaheim.

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