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New National School Transportation Association President Assumes Office

The leadership of the National School Transportation Association changed when new President John Benish, Jr. assumed the office from Blake Krapf of Krapf School Buses.

The transition occurred at NSTA’s 2019 annual meeting and convention last week in Austin, Texas. Benish is the chief operating officer of Cook-Illinois Corp., the largest school bus contractor operating service in the Chicago area. Benish also serves on the national advisory board for the TSD Conference.

Krapf, meanwhile, is the president and CEO of Krapf Bus Group, which operates school bus service in Pennsylvania as Krapf School Bus and in New York state as Birnie Bus.

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