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UPS driver has driven more than a half-century accident-free

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Meet a man who has driven more than 50 years, and hundreds of thousands of miles, accident-free.

Many things have changed since 1962: Back then, the average cost of a new house was $12,500, gas was 28 cents a gallon, and the U.S. space program was still taking its first steps. But one thing hasn't changed since 1962: UPS driver Tom Camp's driving record is still accident-free.

One thing hasn't changed since 1962: UPS driver Tom Camp's driving record is still accident-free.

Rigorous training helps all UPS drivers navigate more safely. "On average our drivers undergo 40 hours of training before they hit the road in a UPS vehicle," says Emilio Lopez, global fleet safety manager. "When drivers achieve 25 years without an accident, they become part of the UPS Circle of Honor and receive a special uniform patch… signifying the milestone achievement."

No accident
Camp, who drives in Livonia, Mich., now has the UPS record for safe driving: 52 years. He's delivered more than 5 million packages in that time. He's just one of two UPSers to achieve the distinction of wearing the number "50" on their Circle of Honor patch.

A natural athlete who once tried out as a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Camp joined UPS in 1962 after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps. He cites many things that have changed over his half-century tenure: cellphones, computers and the "driver release," where drivers leave packages on residential doorsteps. One thing that hasn't changed, though, is the priority of service. "Anyone can deliver a package," he says. "It's the person delivering the package that makes all the difference."

What has kept Camp safe during the last 52 years on the job? "You just have to pay attention out there," he says. "You can't get distracted. Safety is No. 1."

This message is carried not only by Camp, but also by UPS's record-breaking 2013 group of 7,221 Circle of Honor members across the United States, Canada, Germany and Puerto Rico.

"I'm extremely honored," says Camp of his milestone. "UPS's safety training really pays off, both personally and in my professional life."

At 73, Camp is not pondering retirement any time soon. "I enjoy my job and my customers," he says. "As long as I can do it well, I'll keep going."

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kec...ead
I am retiring from ups with 32 years and that is enough!
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Winnie
Congrats, I love UPS. Great delivery service. When they say they'll be there on a specific date, they will.
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satisfied ups customer
Year 49 day 364 must have been a nervous day on the job! I so want to see you in a neighborhood and slap the side of the truck with my hand when you're backing up just to mess with you. :) Amazing accomplishment, seems nearly statistically impossible with all the goofballs on the road.
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bryan irvine
Outstanding. Anyone with a negative comment has to be jealous. I just wonder how many engines he went through, transmissions and tires, and how many dog treats he's bought to hopefully stay bite free. Good job, old timer but young at heart. My hat's off to u buddy.
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mattchu
That's quite an accomplishment! Am I the only one who would like to hear from the other 50 year driver as well?
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Damon M Plasencia
I remember Tom when he delivered to us at Tire Discount House in Dearborn Heights daily, 37 years ago. He was always so friendly and would sometimes take time to chew the fat with us! Congratulations Tom Camp. Kudos to you Buddy!
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Much Respect
UPS drivers are courteous, safe and consistent. This man's accomplishment is a marvel. Outstanding work, Tom.
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rosemary
Congrats, mr. camp! It's awesome to stay on a job 50plus years n to do it accident free. When i grow up i want to b just like u. You r the motive for all of us to keep on going -- with God's help.
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Marie Bean
Great job! Congratulations!
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David
Very true. Things are different when you get out of your comfort zone. Yes a tractor trailer is more difficult to maneuver around town. This man has driven 50 years with no accident. I know people who can't drive a car around the block without hitting something. When you're a professional driver you know it's not about how you drive, it's about how those around you drive and how you react to that. Hope you have many more accident free years.
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Daniel
Bigxdriver, I delivered pizzas. It can actually be hard work! Go somewhere else if you can't appreciate something just because you can't do it.
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Jeff
Not all trucks go only on four lane roads and interstates. They also have to drive down rock roads and through towns.
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vince
Impressive. I worked for ups 2x once as a preloader and once during Xmas help. They are a weird company. Very secretive, very paranoid, very difficult to work for.
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Venus
Beyond excellent! So proud of you!!!! XOXO!!!
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Joe C
Faig, I've been a ups driver in NY for 13 years with no accidents...
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Larry @Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
Congratulations, Mr. Camp. You are among an elite group of individuals that has made it your mission to drive safely. UPS is very fortunate to have you on their team.
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Wos
yea, rolling along those smooth 4 lane highways and interstates must be like navigating mine fields eh?
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Stephen Daniels
Amazing, considering where he has to work....
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L Wos
What an achievement in this day and age...especially driving in the areas around Metro Detroit and the caves they call potholes.
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Ralf Kurzowski
Congratulations Tom Camp, This is quite the achievement. I agree with Little John!
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Art
My. God bless you. Keep on keeping on!
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Little John
Bigxdriver, grow up. This man started driving way before UPS had automatic trucks. And has probably driven more miles in traffic than you. As a professional driver myself, I congratulate this man. I hope all drivers are striving to be this good!!!
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bigxdriver
Its easy to be accident free when your truck is an automatic transmission, stays local and only 20 feet long. Try pulling a 53 footer with a 10 speed 1500 miles from your comfort zone. That's a real driver. Otherwise you might as well be delivering pizzas
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Kenny neloms
Congrats to you SIR. I hope and pray for your strength for all our seniors.
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Ray
Congrats to him. But people like him are never going to see a pension check. What a shame.
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kraig
Congratulations. It's hard being perfect. Look at all those crazy drivers out there. I'm at 15 years for Frito... Safety is number one...
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Faig
Bravo. But, try to be an accident-free man in New York. No way ;)
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L Cook
Retired from FedEx after 31 years and 14 years of safe driving, so I know how hard this is. Bravo.
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BIGGDOGG
Great job, Mr.Camp. Your the champ. All the way!
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Deborah long
Thank you, sir!.....my hat's off to ya!
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Michael Delany
Let's see how you feel about that when you're that age. Grow up, youngster.
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Jake
That is a stupid comment. He obviously is able to perform the job safely.
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Linda
It is an accomplishment to hold a job for 51 years! Plus drive without a wreck all of those years. My dad was not a professional driver but drove all of his 80 years without a wreck till one day someone ran into the rear of his car so hard that it broke his seat and his back. Congratulations, Mr Camp, keep on trucking!
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Mark S.
A great accomplishment by a great guy. Tom is our regular ground shipment guy and I see him at least 3 times a week. He is a fine ambassador for UPS, a funny guy with a great sense of humor (for a Notre Dame fan!).
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Heath Carpenter
That 73 year old probably works harder in one day than you ever have in your entire pathetic life.
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dg
73 is too old to be driving a truck.
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Trey Corley
And who do you think you are calling him out to retire? He loves his job & should retire when he feels it's time. This is still America, where you are still FREE to make that call.
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Don
All UPS parcel drivers I run into as a professional driver run like crazy. Lucky they don't kill someone. I have 4 million T/T safe and I'm retiring at 65 so I can open up a job. I try not to think of myself, simply get a life, RETIRE already.
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Margo King
Great job for the Golden Year Navigator! Mr. Tom you have my respect. There is such a thing as patience you had and still have it!
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Mike Pepsi Driver
Mr. Camp, you are a driver's driver. Congratulations.
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Natalie
From one UPSer to another, congratulations Tom!
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Roberto
WOW. Honor. Safety first pay highly. Congratulations.
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Norma J Lujano
Congrats Tom Camp on your 50 years of safety driving at UPS!!!! What an amazing milestone. Your story is very inspirational and one to admire. Take Care
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DAVE
That patch is definitely a Medal of Honor for someone that has been a professional driver for over 50 years. It's the little things companies do to show their appreciation for a job WELL DONE! Congratulations, Tom and to all the other drivers out there that keep our roads safe by the way they drive. Thank you from a OTR Driver that has driven out here for 30 years, doesn't mater if your OTR or Local, that is a milestone.
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Laurie Bradley
It's stories like this that make us all feel good. Wow, what an accomplishment!
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Ryan Lopez
God bless you Tom!!! Continue to be an example to the driving force of today's society. Appreciate you !!!
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Rya Jeannotte
That's amazing so keep doing what you're doing!
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Barbara Whisman
Congratulations, Tom, you are an inspiration to all drivers everywhere.
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bob
Great job, Tom. It's too bad it's hard to find people like you in 2014.
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myra
Just keep on doing what you do so well. A patch is seen by all. But a certificate or medal that's not part of the uniform wouldn't be. So leave the man alone. He is happy and that's what counts. Good job, Mr. Camp. Keep it up.
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1Lulygoddess
It doesn't matter if he's driven locally, internationally or state/country-wide! Point is this man works for a renowned worldwide package delivery company for 51 years accident FREE and he certainly deserves a recognition for an outstanding accomplishment. That actually tells me that he takes pride in his job, willing to deliver the consumer's package safely and in a timely manner and has great driving skills. Some folks can't even get out of their driveway w/o having an accident, i.e (striking another vehicle they own or someone else's parked in the street or better yet causing damage to their own property). Trust me, I know (I work for one of the best insurance companies in the world) as I process claims daily regarding that issue. So, in saying all that, kudos to you Mr. Camp and much more success in your career until retirement where the rewards will be exceedingly beneficial!
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Mnbmalloy@gmail.com
Mr. Camp, great job and God bless. Like me, "you old skool", but don't let the entitlement minded punks on here make you a "victim" for being under-recognized, under-rewarded and under-appreciated by your employer. Today's youth believes that simply showing up for work MOST days merits blue ribbons, big fanfare and executive style bonuses. They miss the internal reward of a job humbly and quietly well done. There won't be any more Mr. Camps in 10 years. They just don't get it.
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Donna Raney
Tom's story is a tribute to our legacy: UPSers who have witnessed a lifetime of change in their years of service. Imagine how the world has changed since 1960 – the neighborhoods, people, shops & businesses. I can't help but wonder when he passes that certain house or business today, where his thoughts must wander. He’s seen a lot in his successful UPS career and his “Remember When” must be a world unto itself. To Tom and the many like him, we respect and honor your dedication, hard work, and commitment to our customers. Thank you and congratulations! This is one of my favorite UPS stories.
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Joe
Great job on 51 years driving at work. Now add all the driving that you did while not working. All that added up is amazing!
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Robertayah
Tom, congratulations on a excellent driving record. I hope you have many safe driving years in your future.
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Morgan1
My father survived DDay, then 5 months in a hospital and then went thru Europe all the way to Berlin. And all he got was a ribbon. To him that was enough. Some things can't be added to your check, but you wouldn't know that.
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dave
You guys complaining that he is not a real driver.....you make me sick. It doesn't matter how far you drive. You can have an accident going home from work. Going 50 years as a professional driver is a great accomplishment and deserves recognition. I am sure he is perfectly fine with his badge, on top of the many bonuses and raises he has got over the years.
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Robin
Congratulations on your achievement Mr.Camp! 50 years accident free is phenomenal! Keep up the awesome job.
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Darrell A. in Little Rock
Way to go, sir. My hat is off to you... I'm a driver too of 36 years. Keep up the good work!
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Mate e
Something to look forward to if you're hired by Ups today, and still employed by them and accident free in 50 years, a patch!!!! Don't break the bank, ups! Awesome achievement, though.
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calico
My dad was a 40 year circle of honor man until he was forced to retire when he contracted cancer. I love those good old ups men!
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Rick
What a treasure that man and UPS are! I LOVE seeing the UPS man at my house. I'm so sick and tired of hearing you punks whine and cry about the achievements of others. YES... He got a patch and I bet he's wearing it proudly. Way to go, Tom Camp! Thanks for all the hard work!
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Ken
Wow, a patch! UPS is one cheap SOB.
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Brian
That's the truth!! And don't take any more steps than allowed on any given stop
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John Doe
50 years without a driving accident, millions of packages delivered, they give the guy A PATCH, and he's praising THEM for their training? Gee...I would have been startled if all they gave the guy was a pen or a watch, but a patch? ARE YOU KIDDIN ME? Is that supposed to be the equivalent of the Medal of Honor or something?
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IH83PUTTS
Jolly Good Show Tom!!!
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TM789
Amazing! This guy should get the medal of honor.
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Bruce
Why can't people appreciate the man for what he has done, rather than tearing him down for not doing what others may or may not have done. As a fellow vet I am sure of one thing, he is also proud of any awards from his time in the Marines, but wouldn't think of keeping score on that account. Semper Fi, Marine!
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Mike UPS
Please explain. I worked at UPS for 32 years: 8 in the city, inside 2 years, and 22 driving over the road. Trust me, city driving is a whole lot harder. And that's coming from someone that has walked in that man shoes and a road driver's shoes. Just think about it, most of your accidents happen at an intersection, then again a lot of them happen while backing. Now imagine how many times the UPS driver in the course of 50 years goes thru an intersection or backs his truck to make a pick up or delivery. Just sayin'...
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Anita Johnston
Circle of Honor for 25 years of accident-free driving, according to article. Only Camp and one other driver have 50 in their patches.
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chuck
Billy Big Rig, he navigates through cities not highways. Highways are a hell of a lot easier.
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Billy Big Rigger
Very True, was just gonna say similar thing , since he is local & not over the road long haul you need to divide 50 by 2 & he really has 25 years safe accident free driving!
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michelle gruber
From the late Steve Mockus's niece....way to go Sir☆☆☆☆☆
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scott
How many miles have you driven during those 51 yrs? Or did they keep those kind of records since then? AND BY THE WAY - OUTSTANDING JOB !!! that's coming from one professional driver to another.
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Edmo
Nicely done Tom. Semper Fi!
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james robinson
Good job, Mr. Camp.
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Robert Turner
Tom is the best! Always friendly, always on time and always willing to help. Yippeeee Tom!
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Dennis
Most drivers for UPS do not live long enough. The drivers are Physically detroyed before they reach the twenty year mark.
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summer
I absolutely agree!!! This man definitely deserves more than they want to give him!!!! He sounds to me like he is all about customer #1!!! He should get one heck of a bonus, he deserves that, & more besides. This lovely man is a real asset to UPS!!! WAY TO GO, TOM
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Anonymous
I love the long haul drivers on here that attribute safety as driving forward in a straight line not running into anything. Local drivers deal with way more hazards, period. Watch a long hauler back a trailer, its hilarious. Congrats to this Driver.
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Rob Pennell
Nice story but retire already ... life is short .. my whole life will not be spent working and slaving that's for sure.
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Vito
There a taxi cab drivers in NYC that has drove 60 years with out a accident . Freight drivers hauls heavy loads from border to border . UPS hauls light loads from city to city. Your knowledge of the trucking indusrty is lacking.
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TallBlondAndVeryHot
You're saying 51+ years of accident-free driving is not worthy of recognition? Your comment sounds unnecessarily bitter.
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JLO
Congrats on the great driving record, but UPS should give this guy a hefty bonus and pay raise... especially since this is great PR for UPS after the whole innaficiency UPS had of delivering xmas packages in December... don't you agree?
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Vito
UPS "feeder" drivers such as UPS driver Tom Camp usually drives from one city and then return back to their home based terminal covering about 500 miles per trip. The "Real" Million Mile Truck Drivers are the ones that drive state to state and border to borders of America that stays on the roads 7 days a week. Buster Brown drivers are home every day or night!
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Anonymous
What a great company to extend this honor! He most certainly should be proud of his accomplishment. Most people dont even achieve the years in service much less the accident free part. The company I have 18 years of service with gave me my last recognition at my 10 year mark by giving me another week of vacation. Since then Ive received nothing and have been told that receiving a paycheck should be enough of a honor. Big thumbs up to UPS for recognizing who keeps their business going and thumbs down to a major cell phone service provider for not recognizing your employees dedication!
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pat
Sorry anonymous...but you actually misread it and are wrong. There is another accident free driver of 50 plus years, because the circle of honor is only for that.
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Mick
A dumb patch after 25 yrs of accident free driving...lame! How about ups step it up with a $10,000 bonus minimum!
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swtrader
Could have said "of whom, 1247 were men." -- Or, to be consistent with other daily headlines: "of whom, 43 were gays, who just 'came out' in the past year." Some stuff (like number of women, number of minorities, etc.) just doesn't need to be said. NONETHELESS, congratulations to him -- a stellar achievement given the number of idiot drivers who are on cellphones or otherwise distracted.
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Anonymous
No, you interpreted that statement incorrectly. There have been 2 drivers to have clean driving records spanning 50 years of driving and employment with UPS.
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Dave Grout
You may want to read "Don't waste your life" by John Piper - it could give you the answer to why he still cares.
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steve
I've been with ups for 24 yrs and I live in wisconsin....if you know anything about the weather we have...much like Michigan's...driving in Florida would be a piece of cake! that's pretty impressive.
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Anonymous
To whomever asked, "So who's the other accident-free driver?" you misread that part. They meant there have been two people who have hit the 50-year mark of being a UPS employee.
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Anonymous
That is Amazing!! to be able to say he has never had an accident!! congrats to Camp!! Keep up the good driving!
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Anonymous
Wow! What an awesome person….Someone that works hard and gets regognition for doing so….If only the rest of the country would step up to the plate…Congrats on an effort that is unique and your praise is well deserved…Good Job!!
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Anonymous
Great job to Mr. Camp! Nice to hear positive news of what people are doing right!!!
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Anonymous
While this story is impressive safety wise, it is sad as well. 73 years old and no plans to retire? This man has no other interest/hobbies than work? Who wants to die with their browns on? Not me!
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Anonymous
50 years of accident free driving is great... but delivering 5 million packages is a mind boggling achievement.
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Anonymous
Better knock on wood!
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Anonymous
This year's membership includes 1,283 inductees, of whom 36 are women ... does that really need a shout-out? Let's hear it for the 2.8%!
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Anonymous
Hope this doesn't jinx him!!! :)
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Anonymous
Congrats and compliments, Mr Camp! That's a great achievement. For the author: you say "He's just one of two UPSers to achieve the distinction …" So who's the other accident-free driver?
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Anonymous
He is a very good driver, but down here in South Florida his record might not hold up. This place is very bad for driving.
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Anonymous
Great job fellow UPSer! You should be very proud of your accomplishment. Thank you for your years of "safe" service!
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Anonymous
I love this article! Congrats to this hard-working and conscientious man who obviously comes from a generation where giving your absolute best each day is a mind-set, not a daily chouce ie decision. UPS has always impressed me with their top-notch and high-caliber employees. My UPS driver drops his granddaughter off at the school where I teach and never fails to say goid morning to me. He drops packages off frequently at my home and it is always a pleasure for my husband and I to see him. Thanks for making outstanding safety and customer service the core of your culture! Susie Thompson High School English teacher/motivational speaker ps. "My UPS guy" could be a great theme for advertising
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Anonymous
He can take a partime job of teaching defensive driving...
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Anonymous
Outstanding accomplishment!
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Anonymous
And I bet he didn't drive 7 miles an hour through town at rush hour, stayed out of the fast lane while driving below the speed limit, and generally just stayed the hell out of other people's way. Maybe he could give driving lessons to the boneheads in my city!
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Anonymous
I have worked at UPS for 27 yrs and have seen UPS do a lot of amazing thing in my career. I have always been proud to say I work for UPS. Keep up the good work, much success in the future. Ruben Williamson III
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Anonymous
It's nice to see that there are still companies that honor their lifelong employees... especially those who have such a great record as this gentleman.
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Anonymous
And my wife can't back out of the garage without hitting something...
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Anonymous
Job well done! You come from a time when morale fortitude was important and defensive driving is a part of that. UPS should give you a bonus because you help to keep their auto insurance rates lower!
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Anonymous
Young people should take note of this type of work ethic and milestone accomplishment! Parents step up as this had to be how this was imparted to this outstanding person! God bless a true American hero!
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Anonymous
Give him more than a patch! Good grief!
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Anonymous
Yep, guys like Mr. Camp make it easier for folks like me out there. I've had two accidents, one the other guy's fault and one of 'em mine (not paying enough attention, like Mr. Camp says). I couldn't avoid the first one. But I could've prevented the second one. "Always assume the other driver is daydreaming" is definitely good advice.
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Anonymous
Unbelievable this man deserves to retire with a few million in his bank account
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Anonymous
Unbelievable this man deserves to retire with a few million in his bank account
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Anonymous
If this was Florida, he would have been honored for driving 50 days without an accident!
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Anonymous
Congratulations on this milestone!
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Anonymous
aggressive drivers need to learn how to drive from this man.
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Anonymous
Thanks for a job well done and for putting safety first!
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Richard D.
Congratulations Mr. Camp, I drove for 18 years for FedEx before taking a admin Job. I can appreciate his milestone, especially in a northern state where weather is also a factor. Job well done.
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Anonymous
Remarkable record, thank you for leading the way showing us safety on the hwy in any condition can be completed safely. Your my hero.
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Anonymous
Congratulations sir! UPS should hang your photo in their headquarters for inspiration to the rest of the employees of the company.
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Anonymous
I drive the interstate frequently and I love seeing a professional UPS driver. They drive the speed limit, their truck are always in good working order and the brushes around the wheels that keep the spray down in the rain are so appreciated and add to the safety of everyone around them. Why don't more trucking companies do this???? My neighborhood driver/home delivery guy is careful and always considerate in more ways than I can put on paper. Go UPS! So many corporations need to look to UPS as an example.
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Anonymous
This message is carried not only by Camp, but also by UPS's record-breaking 2012 group of 6,284 Circle of Honor members across the United States, Canada, Germany and Puerto Rico. This year's membership includes 1,283 inductees, of whom 36 are women.
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Anonymous
Congrats, I have driven for 30 years and haven't been implicated in any of the accidents I have caused :)
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Anonymous
I saw this guy the other day on Six Mile Rd in Livonia and I almost wrecked into him and ruined his record trying to make sure I read the placard on his truck door correctly: "50 years". I was absolutely astonished. You have my appreciation, sir!
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Anonymous
Wonder if any woman has made it! Sorry!
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Anonymous
I wonder if he's driven one these trucks over the years. Youtube "history of the UPS truck"
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Anonymous
Great job Pops. Keep it up. Don't retire now, It's too late. Is that mustache below the lip line? lol
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Anonymous
that is very spectaculiar and i myself hope you got more than a the patch although that patch is something to be proud of but like the anonymous typer said they save a bunch of money off of you and should share some profit congratulations bud and be safe
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Anonymous
WOW! Congratulations Tom! News like this proves that all of the rigorous safety training UPS mandates, undoubtedly makes a difference.
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Proud son
My dad has driven for the same company for the last 30 years and owned a blacktop business with my grandfather previously. He drives liquid nitrogen, oxygen, co2, haz-mat stuff. He's put in over 4 million miles with no accident or trailers explosions with that hazardous stuff he hauls. Not taking anything away from this man but I wanted to pay respect to my dad and let it be known he and many others should be recognized. UPS drivers don't even load their own trucks they have a third shift to do that, they get in the truck and go. My pops loads his own hazardous materials and unloads them.
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Anonymous
My dad has and still drives for UPS. 38 years accident free!
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Anonymous
Congratulations Mr. Camp!
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Anonymous
Congratulations! You should be very proud. I know there are thousands and thousands of drivers out there for all companies. Wear the patch proudly:)
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Anonymous
Not only should you be commended for your driving record but your ability to keep delivering packages for 50 years. I worked with UPS for almost 10 years and will say that the body mechanics involved in delivering packages climbing stairs, reaching, lifting and bending take a huge toll on the body. Kudos to you sir!
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Anonymous
This article is going to jinx the man! But definitely a big congrats!!
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Anonymous
This article should be required reading for all new hires in the transportation industry. Bravo, Mr. Camp...you are a true knight of the highway.
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Anonymous
Congratulations you could probably count on one hand the number of drivers that have driven 50 years accident free. As an OTR driver I've driven 42 years accident free. But we sir are a dying breed. I am getting ready to retire just because of the crazy people on the roads today. Too many of my friends have been killed or crippled because of the foolishness of someone else. For 50 years of safe driving UPS should buy you a new pickup truck now that would be recognition for 50 years of faithful service again congratulations
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Anonymous
Congratulations, don't stop now! :-)
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Anonymous
Congrats to you!
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Anonymous
Congratulations, you should be very proud of yourself. UPS should be honored to have such a wonderfully competent employee. Most importantly, I sure as heck hope that you got more that just a lousy patch for 50 years accident free. Look how much money they have saved on insurance and lawsuits!!! C. Murray
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Anonymous
Great Job!
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Anonymous
fantastic! Keep on trucking buddy
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Anonymous
this is a fantastic achievement
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Anonymous
I'm striving for that accomplishment! It might take a long time but I know I can do it
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Anonymous
CONGRATULATIONS!!! That is a wonderful accomplishment! Not only is it your driving but all the other idiots out there that can't seem to drive correctly! They should learn something from you! Here's wishing you many more years to come!
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Anonymous
Mr. Camp this milestone is extraordinary !! Congrats to you first of all and congrats to UPS to have such a Extraordinary employee. Keep up the good work and I hope there are many more employees that look to you to be save drivers out there. You are a true inspiration to many I am sure. Many thanks to you for keeping our roads safer.
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Anonymous
Congratulations!! What a wonderful honor. I wish many more years of safe driving.
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Anonymous
Keep it going Drive Safe
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