Government Fleet has announced the finalists for the 2021 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year award, sponsored by Element. The winner will be featured in the January/February issue of Government Fleet magazine and recognized during the Government Fleet Expo & Conference.
This year’s finalists are:
- Joseph Clark, fleet management director, City of Durham, North Carolina
- Gary McLean, fleet manager, City of Lakeland, Florida
- Robert Stine, CPFP, CAFM, director, Fleet Management Department, Hillsborough County, Florida
Finalists were selected by a panel of past winners and other public fleet industry veterans based on 10 categories: business plan, technology implementation, productivity, policies, preventive maintenance program, utilization management, replacement program, customer service, fuel management, and a key accomplishment from the past year. These finalists were chosen from a list of 11 nominees.
We asked each nominee to share an accomplishment from the past year they are proud of. Naturally, COVID-19 was the defining challenge of 2020 for all fleets.
Here’s what they said:
The nominees were as follows:
- Mario Guzman, MPA, CAFM, City of West Palm Beach, Florida
- David Renchsler, CPFP, City of Fairfield, California
- John Hyatt, City of Dublin, Ohio
- Matthew Case, CEM, Manatee County, Florida
- Timothy Fitzgerald, DC Water, Washington, D.C.
- Tyson Roessler, City of Madison, Wisconsin
- Jeff Shepard, City of Tallahassee, Florida
- Dan Zenger, City of Vancouver, Washington
- Daryl Greenlee, Monroe County, Florida
A longer Q&A with the finalists will appear in the October issue of Government Fleet.
Learn more about Government Fleet’s awards here.
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