Stockdale Truck Service owner Oscar Martinez (from left) joins Wilson County Judge Marvin Quinney for a March 9 ribbon-cutting ceremony. Participating in the event are Stockdale Economic Development Corp. President Frank Bain Jr., Stockdale Truck Service employees Mike Marquez and Marcos Lerma, and the Rev. Dennis Jarzombek of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. The priest blessed the building prior to the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Wilson County News March 20, 2013 2,512 views 1 comment
STOCKDALE -- The Stockdale Truck Service is the second business to set up shop in the Stockdale Industrial Park. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held March 9, followed by a reception that included a barbecue meal and entertainment by “The Mariachi Melodias of San Antonio” and Josue.
Stockdale Truck Service, according to employee Mike Marquez, will serve as “a full-blown diesel shop to serve the big tractor/trailers, specializing in pneumatic truck systems and engine repairs.” The business, built on 3 acres, has four mechanics and includes 24-hour roadside service.
The facility has four indoor and two outdoor bays, and was built by Victor Marquez of Stockdale. Owner Oscar Martinez has worked as a mechanic for his family’s business since he was 15, later graduating from a university in Mexico as a mechanical engineer.
Stockdale Truck Service is located off Business Park Avenue, in the Stockdale Industrial Park, joining ICP Industries.
For more information, call Stockdale Truck Service at 830-996-1017.