He’s a workaholic. He will help anyone that needs his help. My husband has been driving 30-plus years now. He tells me all the time that his dad wanted him to take his path but when his dad passed it was hard on him. He took his dad to his resting place with his truck. Then when his brother, also a trucker, passed at the age of 45, he did the same thing for him. My husband is one good trucker just like when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. He was down there for two years working and cooking food for truckers that next morning. He’s got that heart of gold. His dream is to own a new Freightliner with a big sleeper on it. He tells me, “One day I will have one honey so you can ride.” Thank you for reading my story. Kelly.
iLuvMyTrucker: Dennis Bergholz
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