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Terry Lee Hewer

Terry Lee Hewer
(February 28, 1953 – February 21, 2011)

Passed away on Monday, February 21, 2011 at his home with his family beside him after a gallant battle against cancer at the age of 57. Terry was born in Garden City, Michigan on February 28, 1953 the son of Robert and Phyllis (Wilkie) Hewer. He has spent his entire life in Michigan and has worked for the Teamsters Union # 299 for over thirty years. He has been a Business Agent, a Trustee, Car Haul Director and now as Vice President of the Union. He was a race official with ARCA and a delegate to the last Democratic Convention. He is survived by his eternal soul mate, Lori and their three children, Terry E. (Kasey) Hewer, Steven (Breanne) Hewer and Alicia (Billy) Groulx. They have been blessed with sixteen grandchildren. Also surviving are his brothers Michael(Joann)Hewer and Richard (Denise) Hewer.
Visitation will be held at the Schrader-Howell Funeral Home, 280 South Main Street, Plymouth on Wednesday from 3pm – 9pm, Thursday from 1pm – 9pm and on Friday from 12:30pm until time of the funeral service at 1:30pm. Funeral services will be conducted by the Reverend Thomas Huff of Grace Lutheran Church of Howell and Chaplain Don Massey. Entombment will follow at Glen Eden Cemetery in Livonia. Parking in downtown Plymouth is limited due to the recent snow but the funeral home has two lots and there is municipal parking in the library lot across the street.

ARCA Truck Series Second Annual Winter Competitor Meeting
Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 1:00pm.

Park Inn Hotel is located at:
101 N Summit St, Toledo, OH 43604.
The meeting will be held in the Grand Ballroom on the second floor of the hotel.

ARCA Truck Series Announces Second Annual Winter Competitor Meeting

Millersport, OH (02/10/11) Officials from the ARCA Truck Series announces today that the second annual winter competitor meeting will be held at the Park Inn Hotel in Toledo, Ohio, on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 1:00pm.

“As we move into the 2011 ARCA Truck Series season, many of our marketing partners have increased their support of the ARCA Truck Series,” said Tom Cumbow, General Manager of the series. “And we are very proud of the new marketing agreements we have entered into, which we believe will take us into the future.”

Competitors will be able to get all the information they need to compete in the 2011 ARCA Truck Series, including the 2011 ARCA Truck Series schedule, 2011 rule book, details on “2011 DJ Safety Rookie of the Year” program, and details on the 2011 Safety-Kleen Crew Chief of the Year” program.

In addition, there will be sponsor representatives on hand to talk about their products and their support of the series. “We are very proud that many of the agreements we have entered into this year are not one year deals, but multiyear deals that will allow the series to continue to grow,” said Robbin Slaughter, Operations Manager for the ARCA Truck Series. “I believe that the competitors will be impressed with our progress this season.”

The Park Inn Hotel is located at 101 N Summit St, Toledo, OH 43604. The meeting will be held in the Grand Ballroom on the second floor of the hotel.

For more information on the ARCA Truck Series, please visit The next event on the ARCA Truck Series schedule will be the Second Annual Competitor Meeting at the Park Inn, Toledo, Ohio on March 12, 2011.

Contact Information:

Tom Cumbow

General Manager of the ARCA Truck Series




1999 – Bill Withers

2000 – Robbin Slaughter

2001 – Robbin Slaughter

2002 – Chad Guinn

2003 – Chad Guinn

2004 — Chad Guinn

2005 – Brett Rowe

2006 – Paul Hahn

2007 – Bill Withers

2008 – Paul Hahn

2009 – Paul Hahn

2010 – Chris Bailey Jr.

DJ Racing Safety Equipment Rookie of the Year

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Pickup Trucks Can Claim a Storied History!



By Kevin Schwarze

The ARCA Truck Series, presented by the Phoenix Management Group, will begin its 13th season of competition, as well as staging its 150th race! There have been many exciting moments in what started out in 1999 as the ARCA Pro-4 Series and then evolved into the current form we know today.

As well, pickup trucks, which the ARCA Truck Series currently campaigns, can claim a storied history! No one can honestly claim the invention of the first wagon, but one of the most successful companies to produce an open box cargo hauler was founded by the Studebaker Brothers in 1852 and whose father grew up in Ohio. By 1902, Studebaker was building electric cars and in two years was putting out gasoline models of their wagons.


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