Dayton Daily News
Dayton Freight Lines, Inc., a leading provider of regional less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation ser- vices, was recently honored by GlobalTranz.
For the sixth time, they presented Dayton Freight w ith the 2018 Midwest Regional LTL Carrier of the
Year Award. This award is based on operational excel- lence, customer service, price, flexibility, strategic partnerships, technology innovation, and new ser- vice offerings. GlobalTranz is a technology company that provides award-winning cloud-based multi-modal Transportation Management System (TMS) products to shippers, carriers, 3PLs and brokers.
Founded in 1981, Dayton Freight is a private, unionfree, less-than truckload (LTL) freight carrier head- quartered in Dayton. Cur- rently ranked as the coun- try’s 14th largest LTL company, Dayton Freight has 56
Service Centers in 13 Mid- west states, served by 5,000 employees, offering 1- or 2-day service to thousands of cities.
Buckingham Financial Group recently announced that Valerie L. Harman,
CPA, received designation as a Certified Financial Planner™, which is awarded to financial professionals who have met the education and
testing requirements of the CFP® Board. This certification acknowledges Harman has completed extensive training and experience requirements and is held to rigorous ethical financial planning standards.
The CFP® Certification Examination covers the following areas: the financial planning process, risk manage ment, investments, tax planning and management, retirement and employee ben- efits, and estate planning.
Centerville Rotary Club member Adam Manning,
proprietor of Carrabba’s Italian Grill, was voted Rotarian of the Year for 2018 by club members for his outstanding work throughout the year on the club’s chief fundraiser, the annual Octo- ber Pancake Breakfast held at Centerville High School. Funds raised go to award college scholarships to local students, and to support local
and international service projects. Manning headed up the Pancake Breakfast for the second year in a row.
Club President Boyd Preston said, “He took over from Carol Kennard and her team, which was no small task, but he did so with focus, strong leadership, dedication and the strong team he put together. Details were handled, signs went up, club
members were recruited, advertising happened, sponsorships were obtained,” he said.
Buckeye Insurance Group recently announced that Vandalia Insurance Agency, of Vandalia, Ohio, has achieved
Preferred Agency Status for 2019.
As a Preferred Agency, Vandalia Insurance Agency demonstrates the highest level of insurance knowledge, professionalism and service to their customers. Buckeye is proud of our part
nership with Vandalia Insurance Agency and congratulates their staff on achieving this honor.
For 140 years, Buckeye
Insurance Group has provided quality insurance protection and excellent customer service for its independent agents and policyhold
ers. Based in Piqua, Buckeye provides farm, home and
auto insurance to customers in Ohio, Indiana, and Kansas. Daniel E. Wolodkiewicz,
Certified Financial Planner™, has been named to the “Circle of Excellence” with Equity Services, Inc. (ESI). Dan will be recognized as part of the Cir c le of Excellence, at the Elite Sympo
sium later this year. Dan and his son, Alex Wolodkiewicz, work as partners at Pinnacle Financial Associates. Pinnacle Financial is one of the top five teams in the nation for ESI. Their office is located at 3171 Beaver Vu Dr., Suite A in Beavercreek.