Paying tribute to farmers, truckers

Paying tribute to farmers, truckers
Hayley and Heidi Mattice worked on two thank you signs with their mom, Lisa, which were then installed by dad Freddie and brother Hayden. The signs can be found outside the Mattice truck shop at the corner of Sandusk and Concession 11 Walpole. —Submitted photos.

By Haldimand Press Staff

HAGERSVILLE—Lisa Mattice and her two daughters, Hayley, 18, and Heidi, 13, made two signs thanking farmers and truck drivers. It was a project close to their heart, as Lisa’s husband Freddie owns Mattice Farms & Trucking, along with Mattice Elevators.

“Both the transportation and agriculture industries were deemed essential services right from the beginning when many businesses were forced shut down due to COVID-19,” said Lisa. “That meant that both Mattice Farms & Trucking and Mattice Elevators continued day-to-day operations. Our truck drivers continued crossing the Canada-US border, delivering to or picking up loads from farms, elevators, and feed mills.”

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