Newest Highway Angel Recipients Named by TCA, EpicVue, and DriverFacts



The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) is proud to recognize the following professional truck drivers as Highway Angels for performing good deeds while on the job. Read their stories at

Ward Trucking Driver Named a Highway Angel
Driver Springs into Action after Motorist Struck While Pushing Stalled Vehicle

The Truckload Carriers Association has named Greg Rupp from Leechburg, Pennsylvania, a professional truck driver with Ward Trucking based in Altoona, Pennsylvania, a Highway Angel for stopping to assist at the scene of a motorist struck while pushing his stalled vehicle.

CalArk International Inc. Driver Named a Highway Angel 
Driver Pulls Motorist to Safety After His Vehicle Veered Down an Embankment

The Truckload Carriers Association has named Matthew Lawson, from Kernersville, North Carolina, a professional truck driver with CalArk International Inc. based in Little Rock, Arkansas, a Highway Angel for rushing to pull a man out of his vehicle after it veered down and embankment next to a river.

Bay & Bay Drivers Named a Highway Angel 
Drivers Assist Elderly Motorist Stalled on the Side of the Road

The Truckload Carriers Association has named Tony Doughty, from Greenville, Tennessee, and Thomas Glass, from Maryville, Tennessee, professional truck drivers with Bay & Bay based in Eagan, Minnesota, Highway Angels for stopping when they came upon a stalled vehicle with smoke coming from underneath the hood.

TCA and the program’s Presenting Sponsor, EpicVue, thanks its Supporting Sponsor, DriverFacts. We look forward to their contributions to the Highway Angel initiative.