Keith Kerman, one of three of the newest members of the Public Fleet Hall of Fame, was recognized at the Honors Celebration on Monday evening.  -  Photo: Government Fleet

Keith Kerman, one of three of the newest members of the Public Fleet Hall of Fame, was recognized at the Honors Celebration on Monday evening.

Photo: Government Fleet

Three public fleet industry veterans were honored at the 2022 Government Fleet Expo & Conference in Detroit. The newest members of the Public Fleet Hall of Fame were recognized at the Honors Celebration on Monday evening.

The Public Fleet Hall of Fame is comprised of industry leaders and pioneers who have significantly contributed to the public fleet profession, as chosen by members of the industry via online voting. The award is sponsored by Sourcewell.

This year's inductees are:

  • Pete Bednar, fleet management director, City of Albany, Georgia
    Years in fleet: 42
  • Keith Kerman, chief fleet officer, deputy commissioner for the department of citywide administrative services (DCAS), City of New York
    Years in fleet: 27
  • Gary McLean, CPFP, fleet manager, City of Lakeland, Florida
    Years in fleet: 40

The full list of Hall of Fame honorees can be found here.

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