Former Cummins Vice President, General Manager Appointed to Hall of Fame Advisory Committee

June 2023

KANSAS CITY, MO…  The American Truck Historical Society has appointed Amy Boerger as a member of the American Trucking and Industry Leader Hall of Fame Advisory Committee.

 The American Trucking and Industry Leader Hall of Fame works hand in hand with the ATHS Awards Program to celebrate professional drivers and trucking industry leaders. The ATIL Hall of Fame brings together the best of the best to one location and honors those who have significantly impacted the trucking industry.

Amy Boerger recently retired from Cummins after 39 years. With a Mechanical Engineering Degree from Valparaiso University, she joined Cummins in the engine plant in Columbus, Indiana in product engineering. After three years in engineering, she moved into the North American trucking market with Cummins and spent 36 years in a variety of technical support, sales (end customer, dealer, and OEM) roles. She ended her career as Vice President and General Manager of the North American engine business. Boerger has enjoyed Cummins’ history (in business since 1919) and was active in her support of the historical restoration team and setting up the company’s Heritage Center.

“My enjoyment of Cummins’ history led me to my involvement with the American Truck Historical Society. I am honored to serve,” said Boerger. ATHS congratulates Amy on her retirement and looks forward to her contributions and insight as an Advisory Committee Member of the American Trucking & Industry Leader Hall of Fame.

During retirement, Amy and her husband Brad who live on a lake, will enjoy more slalom skiing, paddle boarding, and kayaking.  She will also do more hiking, bicycling, and cooking in her free time.

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