Industry veteran leaves mark on Triple T - The Packer

Industry veteran leaves mark on Triple T

11/26/2013 03:25:00 PM
Rachel English

Courtesy Triple T TransportTriple T Transport veteran, Timmy Brennan, died at age 53 on Nov. 22. Brennan worked at the company for 19 years.Timothy “Timmy” Brennan, former Triple T Transport employee, died at age 53 on Nov. 22 after spending most of the year on disability leave. Brennan has left a major impact on the Columbus, Ohio-based company and the employees he mentored over the years.

Brennan spent 19 years at Triple T in a variety of positions. Most recently, he worked in carrier relations and as a night crew supervisor, dispatching loads.

“He truly was all encompassing when it came to what he did for the company,” said Brenna Shull, human resources manager.

Prior to his career at Triple T, Brennan worked in customer service and sales with Sanfillipo Produce Co. and Abbott Foods Inc. Employees described Brennan as committed and hard working around the office with an infectious sense of humor. He also was a mentor to fellow employees.

“Timmy was a great communicator and teacher. You knew where you stood with Timmy as honesty and understanding were very important to him,” said Chris Reynolds, transportation coordinator. “Timmy strived to ensure that every employee understood the TTT philosophy, allowing for both the company and individuals, including myself, to achieve success throughout the years.”

As Triple T progresses with a plan to move into its first stand-alone office space, president Darin Puppel wants to dedicate a wing or a portion of the building to Brennan.

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Joseph Mercurio Produce LLC    
Columbus Ohio  |  November, 27, 2013 at 01:58 PM

Tim was a wonderful kind person that will be missed by all. I had the pleasure of knowing Tim before and during his employment at TTT. He was always there to help and follow through what ever the problem was. A great partner in the Triple T corp. that will be missed. Joe Mercurio

All-Star Transportation, Inc.    
Pacific, MO  |  November, 29, 2013 at 11:15 AM

As a motor carrier specializing in hauling perishable produce, we can confirm that Tim was instrumental in our long standing relationship with Triple T that we value and expect to continue for years to come. We will miss him tremendously. Mike McCoy

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