PO Box 580
Trumbauersville, Pa 18970
Bethlehem Area –
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Terminal Manager – Phone Extension 121 – Driver Management and Parent Inquiries.
Len Pawlowski started with the company in April of 2003 and is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of over 80 school bus routes. A former Philadelphia native, Len graduated from Temple University in 1992 and has worked for leading organizations both large and small.
Len firmly believes that a successful manager achieves results through open communication and consistency. He sets high standards for his staff of professional drivers, encouraging them to create a positive and safe environment on the bus. He reminds them that being a School Bus Driver is one of the most important keys to the success of a child’s day.
A proud moment for Len was having the opportunity to develop and write Levy’s employee handbook. He highly enjoys writing and his passion for efficiency helped push him to develop a comprehensive guide for the employees to have a better understanding of the company’s policies and procedures.
Len says that overall, the most rewarding aspect of working at Levy School Bus Company is the people who work for him. He respects their strong sense of community and enjoys how everyone is good-hearted and down-to-earth. It’s like one big family.
Dispatcher – Phone Extension 122 – Customer Service – Trip Scheduling.
Dispatcher – Phone Extension 120 – Driver Scheduling.
Safety Manager/Service Manager – Phone Extension 119 – Handles all Safety Related Issues and Bus Maintenance.
Pat O’Donnell started with the company in 2008.
Operations Manager – Phone Extension 113 – Routing and School Contacts.
Al Rosenberger started with the company while still in high school as our Oil Checker/Fueler. He started at 5:30am and checked the fluid levels in all vehicles before attending High School for the day. After school he returned and fueled the buses as they returned from their routes.
After finishing High School, Al worked full time in the shop as a mechanic doing all aspects of repair work on the vehicles. Al worked his way up through various shop positions, becoming Maintenance/Parts Manager in the early 80’s.
With the introduction of computers and routing software to the company, Al moved into the office and became Terminal Manager/Dispatcher in late 1986. During the spring and summer of 1987 Al setup and used Versatrans Routing Solutions software to prepare the bus routes for the 1987-88 school year.
In 1995 Al filled a vacancy in the Main Office as Operations Manager, the position he holds today. Since 1995 he has overseen the conversion from a “Paper/Pencil” to a “Monitor/Keyboard” business office. He guided the addition of QuickBooks Financial software, Microsoft Office software, TripTracker software and Fleetvision vehicle maintenance software, going from a single computer to a fifteen computer, Client/Server network.
Al works with the school district, providing information for school placement and is responsible for setting up the routes for “next year”. After the start of each school year he turns over the routing responsibilities to the Terminal Manager and begins working on “next year”.