Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced the death of its General Sales Manager Kevin O’Brien.
O’Brien was involved in an automobile collision in San Bernardino County that took his life at the age of 65. The details of the accident are unknown, and the authorities are investigating the incident.
A free spirit who pursued his passions and interests with great enthusiasm, O’Brien began his career in the transit industry a decade before joining the CCW team in Riverside, Calif. For the last 22 years, he has been an essential part of CCW, serving as the general sales manager and supervising a broad spectrum of projects that involved mid-life rehabilitation, collision repair, and full remanufacturing.
He had been an integral part of the transportation industry for over 32 years, earning him the respect of his peers and colleagues. O’Brien was known for his unwavering commitment to excellence and his natural talent for problem-solving. He was a true leader who inspired his team to always aim for excellence and never settle for mediocrity.
“Our organization could never have been the same without Kevin, and his contributions will be remembered for years to come,” said Brad Carson, COO of CCW. “He was a trusted colleague who always had a solution to every problem. He truly embodied the values of our company and will be deeply missed.”
O’Brien’s passing is a great loss to the transportation industry and the community as a whole. His legacy will continue to live on through the countless lives he touched and the positive impact he had on those around him. He is survived by his loving children, siblings, nieces, nephews, and a large extended family.