Announcing the 2010 Fleet Hall of Fame Inductees. Fleet Hall of Fame 2010 Inductees. Mike Antich. George Argueta. Helene Kamon. Don Kreft. Hal Barton. Wayne Smolda. Jack Taylor. Sam Penn. Mike Antich Automotive Fleet Editor & Associate Publisher Dates in Fleet: 1985-present.
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One of the first NAFA Affiliate trustees,
Achieved NAFA Lifetime Honorary Membership in 2001.
Appointed to regional marketing manager for Corporate Claims Management (CCM) in 2001.
Spent 20 years as fleet manager and also served as president of Salex Fleet Services.
Began career working for Dealers CadiLease, later purchased by Union Leasing.
Managed Wendy’s fleet for 11 years through growth from 350 vehicles to 2,000 in the U.S. and Canada by the time she left.
Ran her own driveaway company for seven years.
First female president of AFLA (1988-1989).
Joined Peterson, Howell & Heather (PHH) in 1969 as regional buying manager, moved up to vice president of sales and service, and became president in 1974.
Appointed to senior vice president of PHH Group (now PHH) and president of the domestic vehicle management operations in 1978.
Named executive vice president of PHH Group in 1981.
Served as an F6F Hellcat fighter pilot aboard the USS Essex and USS Enterprise during World War II.
Founded Executive Leasing in 1957 with seven cars in the lower level of a Cadillac distributorship.
In 1969, Taylor named the company Enterprise Leasing in honor of the aircraft carrier on which he served and renamed it Enterprise Rent-A-Car in 1989.
In 2007, the Taylor family launched a new corporate identity — Enterprise Holdings.