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Shadley Named Director of Safety Programs for CCM

April 22, 2010

SHADLEY

IVYLAND, PA - Randy Shadley has joined Corporate Claims Management (CCM) as director of Safety Programs, where he can apply his nearly 30 years of fleet industry experience to help organizations evaluate and improve their vehicle fleet and fleet safety programs. 

Shadley achieved his Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) designation in 1998 and re-certified in 2003 and 2008. He began his career in 1982 at U.S. Fleet Leasing (USFL), with positions in Purchasing and Customer Service. He left USFL to manage the fleet and travel programs for Xerox Engineering Systems from 1984 through 1994, then joined Nextel Communications to create and manage their fleet program. When Nextel merged with Sprint in 2005 he became Fleet Safety Manager for the combined companies' fleets, where he continued until accepting his recent position at CCM.

Shadley has been an active member of NAFA Fleet Management Association for much of his career, serving terms as Treasurer, Vice Chair, and Chapter Chair of the Rocky Mountain Chapter, followed by positions on NAFA's national board as Regional Trustee and as Vice President.

Shadley has also served on the Client Advisory Boards of Corporate Claims Management, Associates Leasing, and Ford's SuperDuty Truck Focus Group, and participated on the ASSE committee that in 2006 published the Approved American National Standard (ANSI) Z15 - "Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Operations."

Shadley welcomes the opportunity to help companies and other organizations improve their fleet and fleet safety programs. He can be reached via e-mail at rshadley@ccmservices.com or by phone at (303) 472-2227.

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