Long-term Laborer Becomes Driver

Victo Trujilio, Western Precast Concrete

After 13 years with Western Precast Concrete, Inc., Victor Trujilio recently took on a the task of becoming a driver. He started with WPCI in 1994 as a laborer, move on to become a welder and recently stepped up to the crane truck to become a drive. He will complete his driver training on May 12th, 2007. He says that one of the best part of his job is, “driving around town and seeing areas of El Paso you never though you would see.” He also shared that he has “great bosses” and “loves driving a truck.” Congratulations Victor!

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