Hall of Fame Member

George W. Little

George was born in Lowry, Arkansas on March 3, 1943.  He married Gail Patricia Hutchins on June 5, 1971.  Gail is currently in charge of the accounting department.  Together they have three children, Kelly Dean Little, Lorrie Lynette Todd and Robin Elisha Cribbs, none of which are involved in the family business.
George opened a Chevron Service Station in 1968 and acquired his first tow truck in 1972.  He currently has a fleet of 38 trucks to include light, medium and heavy duty.
George holds certifications in heavy duty recovery (Ross Kinman), heavy duty recovery (CTTA) and light duty recovery (CTTA).  He has served on the Towing Service Agreement Committee in California for many years and was very active with State Legislation for many years.  George also helped negotiate with the City & County of Sacramento on abandonment programs and contracts.  He has been mentor to many tow truck operators and mechanics and has successfully aided them to build successful businesses of their own.
George holds current memberships with the CTTA, CTA, Mule Deer Foundation and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.  He has lifetime memberships with the Safari Club International and North American Hunting Club.  He has sponsored and instructed numerous classes on various different aspects of towing and recovery and air bag operations.
In the future, George hopes to retire and go hunting and fishing throughout North America.  Of course, he will continue to share his knowledge of the towing and recovery industry to all who seek his advice.

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