Experienced truck driver and veteran Toms River, N.J. area

by Brian Nesta
(Manchester, N.J.)

Brian Nesta

N.J. 08759

I respectfully submit my resume and will gladly
expand on any areas of question upon request:

Heavy Truck Driver

Blackson Arrow (formerly LB&B Assoc. - Lakehurst, NJ
November 2011 to Present

Operate/Maintain 5K tandem straight truck and a 8k tractor trailer as required, servicing Aircraft Operations and Support functions at NAES Lakehurst, N.J.
-Possess a current CDL-A with Hazardous/Tanker Endorsement
-Possess a current DOT Medical Certification

Retired Police Lieutenant

September 1982 to April 30, 2010 (28 years)

During this period, I was employed by the Township of Toms River in the Police Department. I retired as a Lieutenant effective April 30, 2010. Upon request, I will gladly discuss the various job descriptions and responsibilities of my 28 year career upon request

Small Business Owner/Operator

November, 1973 to August, 1982

Employed by owner/operator Mr. Ed MacIntyre (deceased), I was assigned a new Autocar 10-wheel constructor licensed dump truck that I adopted as my own. As such, during the time frame of 11/73-12/76, During this safe and incident free period I was responsible for delivering various types of building material both locally and state-wide until economics forced the sale of the business.

Starting in December, 1976, I began my own business, purchasing a 1976 Peterbilt tractor and "trip leasing" with various companies. My longest lasting association was with Concord Trucking, Kearney, N.J., shipping freight for Fashion Bug stores. These deliveries were to locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Mid-west, and South-East part of the country. I sold the business in August,1982.

U.S. Marine Corps (Sergeant E-5)

November 1969 to November 1973

I was Honorably Discharged in November, 1973.

Accounting/Marketing/Business Admin/Computer Science

Ocean County College - Toms River, NJ
1975 to 1978

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