Donald Saraniero is not a stranger to climbing the ranks in an organization. A school bus driver, now training to be a manager reflects his time serving our country. Enlisted in October 2007 as a United States Marine, he worked hard and jumped on opportunities.
In the Marine Corps, Donald entered as a Military Police Officer. His dedication and excellent performance were recognized early, and he was selected to specialize as a Military Dog Handler. His passion to serve his fellow citizens plus the lessons learned of valuing integrity and hard work lead to a meritorious promotion to Corporal, filling the Chief Trainer role, and serving as the unofficial Assistant Kennel Master of the K-9 Section in Hawaii. (A role reserved for those with higher ranks)
Donald’s transition into civilian life started with the beginning of the Covid pandemic. He was offered an opportunity to earn his CDL and train with All-Star Transportation to become a school bus driver. The opportunity to learn something new thrilled him. During his training, Donald showed his passion, integrity, and hard work that he learned in the United State Marine Corps.
When asked to take on other responsibilities, Donald accepted each challenge. He willingly accepted any route handed to him earning him the endearing title of “Super Spare”. He also took on added responsibility of minor bus maintenance at the Seymour Terminal. As an ambitious, hard charging Marine Donald seized the opportunity to enter the All-Star Transportation Management Program.
Here at All-Star Transportation, we are happy to shine the spotlight on Donald Saraniero for his efforts in keeping our children safe on the bus, dedication to coworkers, passion to continually learn new things, and ambition to climb the ranks.
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My son was on the school bus for 1hr 40 when we finally tracked him down the school bust driver finally stopped at a different school to pick up other children, my son is 3 year old and autistic . He had snots dried on his face and a full diaper . Bus driver said “she didn’t see him on her list “ spoke to a supervisor all ready and still no call back