David Zile, of our Allentown branch, and his wife
Catherine, are very proud of their middle child, Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn was named
Pride of the Lions “Student of the Month” for April at Nitschmann
Middle School Bethlehem, PA.
Kaitlyn is a 6th grader and first time recipient of the
award. Kaitlyn is a high honor role
student and enjoys playing the trombone for the schools marching band. She is also a patient Philadelphia Eagles
fan! Her proud parents, and everyone at
Hale Trailer, wish her a very bright future!
March 6th, 2019
Our Hale retirees recently got together for an afternoon of laughs and fellowship. Each quarter, Hugh Cunningham organizes the luncheon by reaching out to the Hale retirees. They select the best date, and meet up at the Voorhees Diner, local to our Voorhees branch. Several retirees will travel from other states to join in on the fun. The friendly bond they all share cannot be replaced. Even after retirement at Hale Trailer, you still have your Hale family.
Dan Carter & wife Joyce Carter, Cliff Crist, Hugh Cunningham, Ira Eckstein, Bill Fryer, Ray Jones, Larry Lebeau, Michael Liquori, Angela Pieloch, Jean, Salwach, Tony Vadurro, and Joe Tibbels, and Nancy Germo
A Lion’s Pride
February 22nd, 2019
David Zile, of our Allentown branch, and his wife Catherine, are very proud of their oldest daughter, Lauren. Lauren was named Pride of the Lions “Student of the Month” for February at Nitschmann Middle School Bethlehem, PA. Lauren is an 8th grader and two time recipient of the award. While maintaining honor role throughout her academic career she also plays the flute and has been chosen to be a member of the Liberty H.S. Grenadier Band. Lauren was also a member of the Ladies Volleyball team that went undefeated for the 1st time in school history this past fall. Her proud parents, and everyone at Hale Trailer, wish her a very bright future! #NitschmannNation #BASDEncourage
Off to College!
May 11th, 2018
Tom Hunsicker, from our Allentown branch, has many reasons to be proud of his granddaughter. Amber Hunsicker will be attending Kutztown University this fall. She is the first to go to college in their family. Her hard work and dedication mean the world to her grandfather. We are so proud of Amber, and want to CONGRATULATE her on her accomplishments!
Miracles at Christmas
December 1st, 2016
The Hale Trailer family is Growing! With triple doubles! We are so blessed to announce the arrivals of seven babies in 3 families at Hale Trailer.
Hale employee, Jason Eide, inventory control in Portland, and his wife Jenea welcomed identical twin daughters, Jazmine and Julianna, on November 21st, 2016. Jazmine was 4 lbs. 2 oz and 17 ¼ inches long. Julianna was 4 lbs. 2oz. and 17 ¾ inches long. Both Jazmine and Julianna are both very lucky to have 2 older brothers, Jayden and Jonathan to help take care of them! We wish a double congrats to the Eide Family.
Our next employee, Adam Rogers, Service Technician in Voorhees, and his wife Christina, welcomed fraternal twins Michayla and Roman on May 9, 2016. Michayla was 6 lbs 9 oz. 19 inches long, and Roman was 6 lbs 10 oz. 20 inches long. Michayla is older by 1 minute. Andrew, Adam and Christina’s 5 year old son, loves being a BIG BROTHER! Wishing double the joy for the Rogers Family!
And our first twins of 2016 were welcomed by Kelly Hale-McBride and her husband Scott McBride, the Director of Facilities in Voorhees. Last year, October 3, 2015 Scott and Kelly welcomed their first child, Liam to the family. Liam was 6lbs 12 oz. when he was born. Many prayers were answered, and on March 21, 2016 Delaney and Nora were born. Delaney was 2 lbs 12 oz, and Nora was 2 lbs. 15 oz. They spent the first few months at Virtua Hospital. The girls are doing great, and growing so fast! You could call the McBride babies “the Irish triplets”. Wishing triple the happiness for the McBride family!
We are so happy to announce the growing Hale Trailer families!
Hazel Hears A Who
August 2nd, 2016
Elkton branch manager, Ryan Emerick, and his wife, Cathrin, witnessed a joyous moment in their daughter’s life. The Emerick’s 4 year old daughter Hazel, was born deaf. This past weekend, Hazel was fitted for hearing aids at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. Hazel got the opportunity to hear for the very first time! Hazel experienced the sounds of footsteps, birds, the ocean, and even the voices of her family! We are all walking on sunshine with this great news!
A Day at the Park
April 20th, 2016
Hale employees Kelly Weindel, Rich Weindel and Jennifer Cuthbert spent the day celebrating the Phillie Phanatic’s 38th Birthday at Citizen’s Bank Park on April 17th, 2016. They were accompanied by Herb Musick, and little Phillie’s fans, William Weindel, and Jacob Musick! It was a beautiful day at Citizen’s Bank Park. Happy 38th Birthday to our favorite Phillie Phanatic!
Welcome Baby Weindel!
August 7th, 2015
Hale Trailer congratulates Kelly and Rich, as they welcomed their son, William Charles Weindel, into the world on August 4th, 2015. We’re happy to see that Kelly and Rich wasted no time getting William established as a Philadelphia fan!
Hale Sponsors Student Ambassador
June 5th, 2015
Hale was happy to help sponsor Dana Nelson, daughter of long-time Voorhees mechanic Dan Nelson, in her journey abroad to Europe. Dana (seen left meeting her host family) traveled to England, Italy, and France through People to People Student Ambassadors. The organization arranges travel opportunities for high-schoolers to go abroad and exchange cultural and educational values with fellow foreign students. Ciao, Dana!
Lydia Tomasello – Pine Car Grand Champion!
November 20th, 2014
Using a modified “Hale” Trailer design, Lydia Tomasello, daughter of Dave Tomasello EVP, won first place for speed for her age group. She was also the Awana Grand Prix Speed Grand Champion at her church’s pine car derby.
Here are a few photos highlighting the event. First we see Lydia holding her champion’s trophy. Next we see the racers lined up and Lydia watching her car cross the finish line. Congratulations to Lydia on her win!
Hale Supports “Bags of Books”
July 30th, 2014
Alexa, now an 8th grader at Voorhees Middle School, started “Bags of Books” when she was just 10 years old. Over the past several years, Alexa has collected over 50,000 children’s books, which she since donated to The Bonsall School, The Nutter Center at University of Pennsylvania, Urban Promise of Camden, and many other schools and non-profit organizations. Hale has been honored to help Alexa in her endeavors to reach underprivileged students of Philadelphia. Over the past three years, Hale has provided transportation of Alexa’s books to Camden and West Philadelphia.
Historic Event at Hale’s Annual Golf Tournament
March 11th, 2014
John Tolatta drives home a hole-in-one on the eighth tee of Little Mill Country Club.
This was John’s third time playing in the yearly Hale tradition.
Hale golfers should be on the look-out at next year’s event. Seems like they’ve got some major competition!