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Dan England is the chairman of the board and a shareholder of C. R. England Inc., a Salt Lake City-based global transportation provider. C.R. England is a privately held family company; today operated by third generation members of the England family, grandchildren of founder Chester England. Established in 1920 in Plain City, Utah, the company has grown from a simple one-man Utah-based trucking company to more than 7,000 employees, drivers and independent contractors meeting the world¿s transportation needs throughout the United States, Mexico, and China. Overall, the C.R. England umbrella comprises 35 different business units and $1 billion in annual revenues. Mr. England earned a bachelor's in political science (1971) and a juris doctorate (1974) both from the University of Utah. He is a past Chairman of the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and currently serves as a First vice chairman of the American Trucking Associations.
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His community service portfolio includes serving as a member on the Select Health Board of Trustees, the board of Intermountain Donor Services and the National Advisory Boards of the University of Utah and the David Eccles School of Business. He has been honored as a Distinguished Alumni by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences of the University of Utah. In 2008, Mr. England was honored by the American Diabetes Association Father's Day Council as Father of the Year in the State of Utah. During his tenure at C.R. England he has developed relationships with various community programs such as the Utah Food Bank Services, Granite Education Foundation, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Mr. England earned a bachelor's in political science (1971) and a juris doctorate (1974) both from the University of Utah. In 1974 he entered private law practice where he specialized in insurance litigation and transportation.
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