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Three Generations Strong

A Family Tradition

Brothers Guy and Roy Hay drove logging trucks for their grandfather's saw mill as very young men, they would haul logs from the woods to the mill. Prior to WWII, Roy had a couple of trucks and worked hauling freight for Southern Pacific Railroad. He sold all of his equipment and enlisted in the Army to fight in WWII. Guy enlisted in the Coast Guard. After the war, Roy got back into the trucking business and brought his brother Guy in with him. They began hauling freight again for Southern Pacific Railroad and South Central Bell. Hay Brothers Trucking was born. They incorporated in 1969.

The Second Generation

Roy's  sons Pat and Greg Hay began working as helpers then drivers as teenagers. They officially joined the company in 1975. After Guy's retirement in 1987 they became the next Hay Brothers. 

The Third Generation

Today, Greg along with the third generation, Roy's grandsons Benjamin Buller (Field Supervisor)  and Bryan Hay (Operations Manager) are leading the team into the future as Pat begins his retirement.

Frank Roy Hay 1911-1978

Delen Guy Hay, Sr. 1915-2002

Hay Brothers Fleet in 1978

Our Fleet in 1978

Some of the fleet in 1996

Truck Mounted Crane 1989

Truck Mounted Crane 1998

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