Wally Sturzaker

WE DROPPED into Mood Food, Kempton's 24 hour Caltex Roadhouse and Truckstop for a quick cuppa the other day, when Wally Sturzaker from Ulverstone dropped in for a break.

He was driving an eye-catching Chas Kelly 2010 T-408 at the time.

With a 520 Westport up-front, he had just done a change over and was on his way from Hobart to the Devonport wharf to catch the TT Line ferry Spirit of Tasmania with a fridge pan for Fresh Freight.

Wally has been with Chas for two years now and said it was a top job and a great company to work for, with a good crowd and good up to date gear.

He was keeping busy and he said that "it is all good".

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