Helping to lead the biggest refrigerated trucking company in the country didn't stop him from staying behind the wheel of a big rig himself — long after many his own age had retired.
But it came naturally for Gene England, who, with his now-late brother Bill, took over C.R. England trucking from their father, who established it 1920.
Now about to become a centenarian, Gene is considered a legend in the trucking industry. Fox 13's Bob Evans sat down with him and asked him three questions:
- Why do you like driving trucks so much?
- How did you save $5,000 as a U.S. soldier in WWII?
- What is the secret to a long and happy life?
Watch the full interview below: