Mission Towing is ready to meet your towing needs in Agassiz, Hope, Chilliwack, Mission or anywhere else you might find yourself in the Fraser Valley—and with over 6 decades in the industry, there is practically no towing challenge we haven't solved before.
Put our wealth of experience to use the next time you need a tow. While we specialize in heavy recovery, we have the right equipment to provide a wide variety of towing services including:.
Cargo Clean Up. Tractor Trailer. Power Only Service. Landoll Service.
Emergency Roadside Assistance. Vehicle Boosting. Vehicle Unlocking. General Towing. RV Towing. Motorcycle Towing. Flat Deck Towing. Machinery Transportation. Our family owned and operated business was established in Mission in by Ambrose Duperon Sr. What started out as a small auto wrecking business offering auto body repairs and towing has grown into two separate but related businesses: Mission Towing and Mission Auto Body.
Mission Towing is proud to be one of the largest towing companies in the Upper and Central Fraser Valley. We have a modern fleet of versatile tow trucks capable of towing the largest commercial transportation vehicles and highway tractors down to the smallest vehicles and everything in-between. Additionally, we have other equipment for cargo clean-up and 4x4 recovery.His life revolved around his family, friends and of course his boats.
He started Harken Towing at the age of 26 and it is still thriving today. He married Dorothy Mackenzie and they raised two children, Linda and Tim. Fondly known as PaKen has five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Ken never retired and you could often find him in the office or in his garden. He was full of life right till the end. He enjoyed cruises, Maui and of course the many trips to Pitt Lake on the Viking King, where you could always find him at the wheel.
His love and loyalty to his family, friends and customers shone through in everything he did. Harken Towing is a Canadian owned and operated Tow Boat company, providing professional grade marine towing service in the Pacific Northwest for over 65 years. Founded in by Ken Mackenzie Sr. Harken Towing Co.
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Tel: 24hr dispatch Fax: Harken Towing. Pa will be greatly missed by all. About Us Harken Towing is a Canadian owned and operated Tow Boat company, providing professional grade marine towing service in the Pacific Northwest for over 65 years. Contact Us Harken Towing Co.See our picks. After surviving a near-fatal heart attack, Ken leads the Mission crew on its most daunting recovery in years.
Lodged in the trees, feet below a mountain road, a damaged dump truck pushes Ken's team to the edge of disaster.
I love this series. Full of great characters, all with admirable work ethic. Gives me a real appreciation for heavy rescue operations and the invaluable service they provide. Did you know there is a towing hall of fame? Who knew? This particular episode is riveting. It's no wonder. I'm not sure I would accept this job. Must see tv. Bravo to Mission towing for accepting this challenge. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew.
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Stacey Tucker is retiring from the business that was passed down from her father and grandfather and selling to "friendly rivals. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Welcome to our new and improved commentswhich are for subscribers only. This is a test to see whether we can improve the experience for you.
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If you see comments in violation of our community guidelinesplease report them. Stacey Tucker took over Chico Towing from her father, who took it over from his father, who began the company 75 years ago. The Bryants purchased Kitsap Towing from its original owners four years ago. Others will lose their jobs in the sale. All of Tucker's tow trucks will be moving to Kitsap Towing, though some will be sold off and will help fund updates to the fleet. Kitsap Towing is the only one that could have done that.
It also takes broad skillset to run the business, and people with that level of skill will get hired for other jobs before turning to towing, she said.Tow truck TOTO l What does tow truck do? l Tayo Job Adventure S2 l Tayo the Little Bus
Her year-old is pursuing his own entrepreneurial endeavors, and her year-old daughter is still in high school. None of her kids was a good choice to move the business to, nor did she want to put that work on them.
So, she looked to Kitsap Towing. Her grandpa, Don Tucker, founded the business in He decided to purchase a repair shop in Chico, with the towing part of the business coming later. Her father, Pat Tucker, now lives in a home across from the original site in Chico where Tucker and her cousins would play while her dad and grandpa worked. Tucker took over Chico Towing in She had a vision to create a professional industrial park, but it took eight years after buying the land in to move the business.
InChico Towing moved to its current location on Tweed Lane, hidden off the west side of Highway 3 past other auto businesses like Les Schwab, Enterprise and Nissan. Tucker has had a strong voice in the towing industry and has shattered stereotypes along the way.Overview of BBB Ratings. View Complaints Summary. Need to file a complaint?
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Status: Resolved. My friends and I were recently stuck with some car issues on the way back from Kelowna and we needed a tow truck. We used mission towing but I cannot remember the name of our driver. We told them on the phone we were right under exit on Highway 5 about 10 minutes out of hope and made it very clear to them where we were parked.
It ended up taking the driver nearly 4 hours to get us. We gave him our phone numbers in the beginning so he could call us, but when it was taking a very long time we gave him a call ourselves and he said he thought we said Highway 1 and that he was an hour past where we were parked. Mission Towing Response. Hi there It was the afternoon of May 7th Customer Reviews 0 Customer Reviews.
Leave a Review. Business Categories Towing Company.The winter season is already off to a hellish start when a major blizzard slams the Coquihalla Highway. Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue's "A" team, Adam and Kevin, spends a busy morning clearing spun out semis off the road when word comes that a multi vehicle pile-up has closed down both northbound lanes. While Adam scrambles to get the highway open, Jamie tries to free a semi from a steep, icy off-ramp.
Jamie's eldest son, Brandon's first night on the job ended when he discovered a driver fatality crushed by the wheels. A double-trailer load of lumber had flipped and spilled across a quarter mile of highway. Even with three heavy rescue trucks, Jamie's crew doesn't have enough equipment to do the job right. Adam is angry about the lack of equipment and the poor condition of his truck. Last year, Jamie ordered a state of the art heavy rescue truck called a Rotator. But the busy winter season is here and the custom-built wrecker still hasn't been delivered.
Just days before Christmas, Jamie heads to the factory in Tennessee to bring it home himself with his new recruit, Hugo. While they are gone, Adam has his hands full with the B team when a semi filled with expensive wine goes off a cliff. Jamie's having second thoughts about bringing his son Brandon onboard when the teenager spends his paycheck on ear piercings.
Then his right hand man Kevin shows up to a wreck without the gear he needs to control traffic. When Jamie confronts him, Kevin storms off the job. Jamie's one bright spot is his brand new truck, the Rotator. But even that lets him down when he's called out to save a trailer stuck in a ditch, and only ends up destroying it after Kevin discovered it was weighed down by boxes of cadmium.
Next night, little Jamie Jr. To keep up with a busy season, Jamie hires on a new guy, greenhorn driver Rob. When Rob turns out to be a slow learner - and then goes AWOL during a major blizzard - Jamie's patience is pushed to the breaking point. Out of boredom, a prank on Rob ended on a sour note when news of a reefer truck with frozen foods crashes over a bank that ended up killing the driver, Jamie is forced to bring in a pick-up crew just to do the recovery while Rob guards the trailer.
However, with the cables for flipping the truck snapping, Jamie could get eletrocuted under the live electrical cables. Before firing Rob, he decides to give him one last chance when a call comes in for a repo job. Jamie isn't the only tow guy on the Coq.
Lone wolf Al Quiring is a tough as nails wrecker and Jamie's main rival, and despite living on the edge of Vancouver, is willing to travel long distances to poach work from Jamie's crew. Their dads did battle a generation ago, now Jamie and Al are fighting it out for the title -"King of the Coq". When the Rotator lands in the shop during an especially busy week by a cheap gasket leakage, Al uses it as a chance to scoop a job off Jamie. Things get more complicated when one of Jamie's new drivers, from the city, learns a close buddy has nearly died in a towing accident during a snowstorm.
Ken Monkhouse, who is Vancouver-based, and far more experienced compared to Rob, is working only on commission, and having to hunt for work himself frustrates him, but has to put everything into perspective when he heads to the hospital and comes face to face with the reality of the career he has chosen, and a buddy who has lost his leg, while desperately trying to save the other leg, and was full conscious and aware through the ordeal when it was filmed on the news.
To make matters worse, Adam and Hugo must team up with Al and his new driver, Gord, to free up traffic after a multi-truck accident blocked the Coq, as well as racing against each other to get the better cut of the earnings.
Heavy snowfall has created avalanche conditions on the Coq.No cash value. One coupon per customer. Symons Tire Centre Expires: August 30, Our technicians have over 40 years combined experience.
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Dragon Castle 4. Reptile Guy Grand Opening 5. RBC Water Station 8. Elks Food Stand 9. Melt Down - Wipe Out Big Balls - Wipe Out DJ Silver Disc Tiki Bouncer Science World Mission Museum Mission Archives Farmers Market Fire Truck Bouncy Castle More road signs riddled with any part of the coverbullet holes and thou- and more 4x4s started age area. Regional District is cur- lets.
But the danger really activities. District of Mission — the municipality and What many weekend buy guns and want to hit home for Fowle Fowle fears the ini- Sylvester Road and the six members funded get into the problems.
For example, shooting. I property. Valley Regional District Of the 32 cabins in the to take safety action. Ted have residents. De Jager acknowledged Now Fowle is con- that the east side of cerned that the prob- Stave Lake, like the Lougheed Hwy, lem will get worse. Police also need to consider where people are shooting firearms. Another concern is restricted firearms. Discarded ammo and the sound of extended, semi-automatic gunfire suggest both illegal activities occur in the area.